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15 Mechanic St. Mattapoisett, Mass. 02739
758-29 1 1
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P„m,l No 2
HARD ROCK IN AMERICA'S HOME TOWN DCJ VOL. XXVII NO. 43, NOVEMBER 25, 1981
This is the time when you
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Ll'' SCOPE ANALYZER is de-
1 1 Jj V signed to give you. We can
4# M \# r pinpoint the obscure prob-
1 V ' lems that keep you from get-
| ting the most from your car.
WE HAVE CLEAR. CLEAN WHITE KEROSENE
Caring is saying "Thank You" with our
i Decorate your holiday table; spread
|lRf '"^^ gratitude to loved ones- wherever!
^^/i^^^^aV^^- Ton y and Millie Roderick
ix£^' y ^i^^ M^^*- OHO Air! Nights:
^ -^^^p yyO-UI!)/ 758-6650
<^ ^ 486 Pleasant St. , New Bedford
5 DAYS A WEEK 7:30 - 5:30. Closed Saturday 8 Sunday.
WALTER'S ARCO STATION
ROUTE 6. PAIRHAVEN " 992-0305
Kohler of Kohler
X REGISTERED - ^37 I
623 WASHINGTON ST. , FAIRHAVEN
THANKSGIVING DAY, 1981
Massasoit continues his vigil on a hill-
top overlooking Plymouth Harbor, as the
Mayflower II rides on a calm sea
Photos, Do C Jo
CALL US FOR ALL YOUR
NSURANCE NEEDS, .
"Honestly, it's the
Jnsurancef agent j
St«veS VOU FIRST
"The Friendly Insurance Office"
628 Pleasant St., New Bedford 997-3321
2 PRESTO PRESS November 25, 1981
o o o make this festive season even more
enjoyable „ « „ enjoy the best meat and
seafood at the best place Come to Mike's for
QUALITY and QUANTITY
for the whole family
at the best prices you can find.
We are always featuring
MARVELOUS Italian food, from Chicken Cacciatore,
Veal Cacciatore or Parmesan, Veal Scallopine,
Baked Italian Chicken and Baked Lasagna to 10
varieties of Spaghetti, 6 choices of Ravioli and
14 kinds of Pizza !
Have you tried our Pu-Pu Platter for 2 ? Feast on
Lasagna, Ravioli, home-made sausages, meat
balls, Spaghetti with meat sauce and hot rolls „
• • •
ROUTE 6, EAST FAIR HAVEN . 996-9810
Sun. through Thurs. 11:30 AM to 10:30 PM
Friday and Saturday 11:30 AM to 11:30 IM
LOUNGE open 'til 2 AM Nightly
November 25,1981 PRESTO PRESS 3
: f [/! ENJOY A LONG SEASON OF EX-
NP " CELLENT G REASONABLE EATING !
REMEMBER US FOR
THE BEST AVAILABLE!
Olde Oxford Farms
Fresh Fruit and Produce
ROUTE 6, FAIR HAVEN
MARINE STUDY SUPPORT ASKED
George Hampson, Oceanographical Insti-
tute researcher, asked Mattapoisett Select-
DELICIOUS ! ALL KINDS
5 P.M. to 11 P.M.
FISH 'N CHIPS
SHRIMP PLAT E
WE SERVE COCKTAILS
RTE. 105, MARION
34 MIDDLE STREET
i /Q nCF Stockings,
I/O Urr ornaments
Mon. -Fri. 10 am to 6 pm
Sat. 'til 5. Closed Wed.
EL ECTRICAL C0., 1NC
3.E. Major Appliance
Off Rte.6, Marion
Books for Christmas
a lasting gift
Story-time, Wednesday, 1:30 p.m.
34 Barstow Street Mattapoisett 758-6542
Mon. - Sat. 9:30 - 5:00 Visa/ Master Charge
4 PRESTO PRESS November 25, 1981
men to support his effort to obtain a Sea Grant
to study the growing phases of scallops to
determine those factors which would result
in a higher yield to fishermen <> He showed
Selectmen a chart of 2 sites that he has
under study now„ One is located in the
Wing's Cove area to study shallow water
scallops and the other is in 30 feet of
water south of Bird Island Mr Hampton
is studying the effect of water temperature
on the reproductive and growth cycle of
the scallop among other factors „ He has
already found a correlation as well as an
increased growth rate following the repro-
duction of spawn. Mr Hampson said that
Mattapoisett Shellfish Warden Al Pauline
has already been of great assistance to
him in this study „ Mr» Pauline suggested
that the town should investigate a possible
State bounty on starfish which is one of
the predators that prey on the scallop o
The Selectmen assured Mr Hampton
that they will support his study and assist
him in any way possible to learn more of
the scallops' habitat and habits „
LAND -0 - LI GHT|
GIFTS - ANTIQUES \
25% OFF on
BREAKFAST - SANDWICHES - ICE CREAM
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608 pleasant st. (vault bldg«)
new bedford f mass« 02740
U.S. Silver Coin
$5.00 per $1.00 face value
$5.50 per $1.00 face value
FLYING EAGLE CENTS:
BUFFALO NICKEL: (full date)
DIME: (before 1892)
QUARTER: (before 1892)
HALF DOLLAR: (before 1892)
SILVER DOLLAR: (before 1936)
$2.5 Gold: (subject to fluctuations
$3 . 00 Gold: in gold market)
$1 0. 00 Gold: (Gold coins prior to 1834)
$20.00 Gold: (At least Double Price)
Please note that these are MINIMUM prices for average.
We are active buyers of all collectible United States and
foreign coins and stamps, bulk silver coins, pocket watches ,
gold and silver scrap. Ex. $60. per pound for Sterling Silver.
If you have any questions regarding coins, stamps , pocket
watches, or precious metals, please feel free to call collect
during normal business hours.
Mon. through Sat. 9 to 4
DUN C BRADSTREET INC.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NEW BEDFORD
DOUBLE EAGLE CORP.
608 Pleasant St. (Vault Bldg), N.B.
November 25,1981 PRESTO PRESS
A bis£ choice
of plaids ^nci
just m time
fully lined j
Boutique, is open
All town fees were voted to increase 10%
across the board with these exceptions.,
The ambulance fee was increased 50% from
$50 o to $75 . The 1982 resident shellfish
permit was increased 40% from $6 e to $10;
non-resident shellfish permit from $50 o
to $55 o The beach and dump identification
sticker known as the "courtesy sticker"
cost was upped from 25$ to $1 „ for a one
car family and 25£ to $2 C for a 2- car
LIQUOR LICENSE APPROVED
Selectmen unanimously approved an appli-
cation by Manuel and Karen Souza of 99
The Family Stylist
Tinsel and Time are getting close.
Have you made your appointment yet?
NEW FALL HOURS: Tues. , Wed. G Sat. 9-5; Thurs. G Fri. 9-9
RTE. 6, MATTAFOISETT 758-4615
Odyssey Travel Inc.
55 County Road, Mattapoisett, Mass. 02739 758-4947
Mon. -Fri. 9-5 Saturday 10-1
Air - Domestic G International - Hotel Reservations •
Car Rentals - Vacations - Cruises - Honeymoons -
Weekends - Commercial Travel G Business Meetings
Incentive Programs - School G Club Groups
Reservations for Meetings or Groups
An Official Amtrak Agency
Never a Service Charge - Free Delivery
We sell Visa Travelers Checks
Bedford Street, New Bedford for a liquor li-
cense to open the former road house under
the name Graffiti Inc Souza said that he
has SBA financing for the project „
Chairman William Hubbard reminded Mr.
Souza of the conditions set forth by the Se-
lectmen in their last discussion in the Spring,
Mr. Souza stated that he has the same in-
tentions to insulate the stage, take out the
side doors , have a one way flow of drive-
way traffic and have police control on the
weekends „ He said that he would like to
open the club in the first two weeks of Feb-
ruary o Neighbors Mr„ and Mrs. Chester
Rusinoski stated that over a 25 year period
only the first management ran the club
successfully., They said that the previous
manager had no control of either sound
or customers and that consistently failing
business caused all previous managements
to bring in the dregs with guns and drugs,
noise and traffic problems „
Mr Souza said that he will cater to a
mixed group and will maintain a proper
casual dress code and will control the
noise „ He promised full cooperation with
l>'>bii.h M 1940
State Licensed Pre -School
Hours 9 -12, 12 -5:30
Doors open at 8:30
AND DAY CARE
B.S. Ed., Ed.M., Dir.
320 Front St. , Marion
6 PRESTO PRESS November 25 , 1 981
IS YOUR CAR WARM ENOUGH?
When dirt, rust and
sludge deposits clog the
tiny passages in your heater
core, you re in for a long
behind the wheel
That s because these
blockages prevent your
cooling system from circu-
lating hot coolant from
the engine through your
heater to warm the inside of
Dut you really don t have to freeze this winter Because
now theres o method of cleaning out your cars entire
cooling system including the heater core With WYNN S
X-TEND Power-Flush and
WYNN S X-TEND Cooling
System products A new
approach to cleaning and
maintaining your auto-
mobiles entire cooling
system while helping to
maximize cooling system
WYNN 5 X-TEND Power-
Flush unit uses pressurized
water and air to flush even
those hard-fo-reach areas
of your cooling system
So act now before
a dirty cooling system can
cause your heoter — and
your blood — to run cold.
RADIATORS & HEATER CORES
• CLEANED • REPAIRED
• RECORED • NEW
FAST SERVICE MOST CORES IN STOCK
EXPERT FRONT END
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
446 WASHINGTON STREET, FAIRHAVEN
EMERGENCIES 993-1 686
HOURS 7 to 5 Monday - Friday
Saturdays 8 to 5
November 25,1981 PRESTO PRESS 7
VISA and MASTER CHARGE. 758-6633. Store hours 8 to 5:30
33 County Road, Route 6, Mattapoisett
all conditions of the town c
Selectman James Huntoon brought up the
matter of Selectmen signing vouchers for
school expenditures with no proper ex-
planation of the need or purpose „ He said
that it has consistently bothered him to
sign vouchers without such explanation
He cited the law that requires such inform-
ation be furnished to Selectmen and gives
Selectmen the option to refuse approval
without such explanation.,
The Board of Selectmen agreed to write
a letter to all town departments requiring
that vouchers be accompanied by an ex-
DONALD 0. LAKE
69 Marion Road, Mattapoisett
REPAIRING . REMODELING
Roofing - Shingling- Painting
BUZZARDS BAY OCEANFRONT
Marion - Mattapoisett Area
Beautifully wooded 6.6 acres with 267
feet of shore frontage and panoramic
water views. Situated in desirable area
close to Marion Harbor „ Ideal for year-
round or seasonal home. Soils tested
and fully surveyed. $130,000,,
Call owner 617-235-2995 or write
20 Walnut Street, Wellesley Hills,
planation of need and purpose e
FIRE HELMET LOST
A fire helmet fell off the fire engine on the
way to the fire at Hollywood s recently The
volunteer fireman who lost the helmet has
owned it for 15 years and attaches a senti-
mental value to it and would appreciate a
finder returning it to Fire Chief Paul Bradley =
FROM THE LIBRARY TRUSTEES
A gift to the Library ha s been received to
establish a memorial to Jonathan DePina,
a good friend of the library and servant to
the Town of Mattapoisett. If there are
others who wish to add to this memorial
or establish other memorials please speak
to the librarian „
"365 BIRTHDAYS" PARTY
On Wednesday, the day before Thanks-
giving, November 25, the library will close
at 5 Pom. There will be no story hour on
that day. On December 2 the theme of the
story hour will be "365 Birthdays" and we
will have a party and birthday stories „
Won't you join us?
Sully's Chimney Sweep
Chimneys Cleaned & Repaired
Daniel Sullivan, 79 Chestnut St., Fairhaven
8 PRESTO PRESS November 25 , 1981
in Gas fired Hot Water Heat
c ' e m)
A SOLID investment
The great, new
gas boiler can
30% or more.
This revolutionary new heating
unit, made by Hydrotherm, Inc..
uses no burner, no pilot light,
needs no flue, no chimney It op-
erates on the pulse combustion
principle, which uses natural gas
much more efficiently than con-
ventional boilers. This means
heating bills can be reduced 30%
or more. If you're in a depression
over high home heating costs, call
us to learn more about Hydro-Pulse.
H V drotherm^ogg lse
And for DOMESTIC
HOT WATER needs ...
the best combination the Heating
Industry can provide is a
teamed with your
or simply install a Boiler Mate with
your existing boiler to replace that
inadequate tankless coil.
Remember to ask for
* Works with any boiler to heat and store
domestic water more efficiently
* High performance heat exchanger » re-
covery up to 280 gallons per hour (depend-
ing upon boiler output)
* 3/4" high density urethane insulation
assures heat loss of less than 2^hour
* Long lasting, leak free, seperate poly-
ethylene inner tank 100% corrosion free
* Full 41 gallon reserve
* Unique cold water inlet/diffuser . . pro-
vides efficient stratification
* Adjustable wide differential thermostat
* Manual summer/winter switch complete-
ly packaged with circulator and all controls
CALL 7 ^.-cdo, rusi noskiJ * Deep-drawn outer steel tank
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FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. LITERATURE MAY BE OBTAINED AT 3 LOCATIONS:
Mattapoisett Diner Sippican Coffee Shop Prada's Restaurant
November 25,1981 PRESTO PRESS 9
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 11:30 a.m.- 11:30 p.ra
27 County Road, Mattapoisett, Mass.
"jj^y kinds of
e & Small
AN EXTRAORDINARY PIZZA
AT AN ORDINARY PRICE!
WE USE ONLY THE FRESHEST INGREDIENTS
IN OUR HOME MADE FOOD
EVERY VARIETY OF
PIZZA and GRINDER
TRY OUR DELICIOUS SPAGHETTI
AND GREEK SALAD TOO !
Library hours are: Monday 2-8; Wednes-
day 10-8; Friday 2-8; and Saturday 1-5 „
Mattapoisett Police Dept.
WEEKLY REPORT ENDING NOVEMBER 21st
Reported Breaks: camera, Chapel Road; at-
tempted, no entrance gained, Fairhaven
Road; Vandalism to Property: damage to
PEIRCE & HAWORTH
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES REPAIRED
RESIDENTIAL . COMMERCIAL
COUNTY ROAD AT MAIN ST..
Have a Happy
74S-2760. Plymouth Savings Bank Building
340 FRONT STREET, MARION.
Open Mon.-Fri. G Saturday morning
AIR . RAIL . STEAMSHIP
OUR SERVICE IS FREE, OUR KNOWLEDGE IS PRICELESS
All Your Travel Requirements
Virginia C. Cain . Pat Petite Jean Briggs
window, Pine Island Road; damage to sign,
A & P; damage to mail boxes (2), LeBaron
Larceny: checks, Fairhaven Road; re-
corder, Tinkham Lane„
Motor Vehicle Citations: 13
Ambulance Runs: 2
Auto Accidents: 2
Fires and related runs: 3
Rochester Paper Drive
A Rochester Paper Drive will be conducted
Saturday, December 5th, by members of
Boy Scout Troop 31 „ Donors may leave their
paper, bundled and tied, at the Rochester
Grange Hall or have it collected at their
homes by calling Gerard Morris, 763-5312,
or Carol Tirrell, 763-2849 „
Mattapoisett Historic Commission
HISTORIC MARKERS FOR OLD HOMES
Since the year of 1975, 87 Historic Markers
have been given by the Historic Commission
to home and building owners who wished to
display them on their historic properties „
These buildings were all researched at the
Plymouth Registry of Deeds for their earli-
est dates. A book containing these records
may be viewed at the Selectmen's Office
or at the Museum. The recently completed
records of 51 homes will be added soon;
M ATTA POISETT
Charles R. Davis Co.
Painting & Papering
10 PRESTO PRESS November 25, 1981
UPPER DECK L TD
SOLID BRASS & COPPER
Carrying a large selection of
unique and unusual giftware
for Weddings, Birthdays,
28 William Street, New Bedford
Located in the Heart
of The Historic District
Open Year Round Monday thru Saturday 9 to 5
Solid Brass Scale
Perfect size 19" x 2 0" wide.
Very decorative; all parts are
49 markers were given out in September,
Money is needed by the Commission to
continue our research in January „ Tax de-
ductible donations may be sent to the Tax
Collector's Office at the Mattapoisett
Town Hallo The check should be made out
to the "Town of Mattapoisett" and please
indicate on the check that it as a donation
to the Historic Commission. Markers cost
less than $10 o 00 o
The Mattapoisett Congregational Church
invites you to sing your way into the Christ-
mas sea son 1 There will be an evening hymn
sing in the Church sanctuary on the first
of the Past
2853 Acushnet Ave. (Back of Pa Raffa's)
Junction Ashley Blvd. -Acushnet Ave.
We specialize in ELECTRIFYING DOLLHOUSES'
Specializing in DOLL HOUSES
DOLL HOUSE ACCESSORIES
General Gifts for All
Open daily 10 to 4:30, and Friday evenings 'til 8 P.M.
Sundays 12:30-4:30 for the convenience of working people.
OPEN DAILY AFTER THANKSGIVING
Sunday in Advent, November 29, at 7:3
Pom* The Senior Choir will sing for us and
provide the leadership for the hymns you
would like to hear and sing Come and
A film and demonstration on CPR will be the
program by John Camacho of the Mattapoi-
sett Police Department at the meeting of the
Mattapoisett Lions Club this Wednesday ,
November 25th, at Gaetano's Restaurant,
Mattapoisett «, Cocktails are at 6:00 and
dinner is at 7:00 p m o
New members to be inducted are William
Alexander, Barry Denham and Earl Dube
The club's Christmas Party will be held
-- - - CO.
the Downtown Mall^
No longer out of the way - still a lot less to pay !
MONDAY through SATURDAY 9:30 to 5
743 Purchase Street
(Corner of Union Street) New Bedford
Eileen Moniz 994-7751
November 25, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 11
Time to pause, to count our
blessings, and to thank all of
you. We wish you and your
families a happy holiday.
A . V
V Restaurant l£T
Route 6 Mattapoisett
TAKE OUT ORDERS
WE WILL BE CLOSED
at the Wamsutta Club Tuesday, December
8th, with cocktails from 6:30 to 7:30
and dinner and dancing to follow Also,
the "Man of the Year Award" will be pre-
sented at this time
St. Anthony's Christmas Bazaar
What would Christmas be without angels ?
The message of the Angels at the First Christ-
mas was of love and peace, joy and hope
for the world
The people of St Anthony's Parish in Mat-
tapoisett want to bring the same message
to the world today Through a project titled
LDog Q- t
DENISE RENAGHAN - ALL BREEDS - 758-2837
12 PRESTO PRESS November 25, 1981
STAINED GLASS CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS
NANCY DAVIS, CHAIRMAN; MARIA WELTER, PRESI-
DENT OF ST. ANTHONY'S GUILD AND CAROLINDA SIL-
VEIRA, ANGEL MAKER, DECORATE TREE WITH ANGELS
FOR ST. ANTHONY'S CHURCH FAIR.
"Angel Connections" they will adopt a child
in the missions and financially assist a
Sacred Heart Missionary in Equador
"Angel Connections" will be a special fea-
ture at the Christmas Bazaar in the Church
Hall on December 5 from 9:00 a m to 3:00
p m„ This table will include approximately
sixty varieties of angel decorations includ-
ing crocheted, macrame, dough, burlap,
stone, felt, shells, clothespin and corn-
husk ornaments. There will be angel cook-
Pallatroni & Gingras, Inc.
Rte. 6, Marion Rd., Mattapoisett. 758-2587
BLUE SEAL DOG FOOD
$2?°of f any
KRUNCHIES 21 with coupon Now $9. 1 9
& -i 00 off any
25 -lb bag
KRUNCHIES 21 with coupon Now $4.79
Limited time offer.
AVE $ ON RETAIL PURCHASE PRIC^I
I * 501b bag of Dog Food _
A Kruno hies 21%
Natural 26 |
BMM^M^^^M^BLi iMi BBI ^^^^^^
Puppy Food H
m Natural 26
^^Nip'N' Tuck 18%
25 lb bag of Dog Food
Exp. Dec. 31, 1981
MARION'S ONE STOP HARDWARE
AND BUILDING SUPPLY CENTER
RT. 6 AND SPRING ST.
November 25, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 13
Dress your home up for
Rochester shade .
through December 1.
The Golden Pineapple
Craft and Antique Shop
Water Street at The Mattapoisett Inn
11:30 to 4 Wed. through Sunday
TO WISH YOU, OUR VALUED
CUSTOMERS, A MERRY
CHRISTMAS C HAPPY NEW YEAR
CDPPI AT Q FORTHEMONTH
Ol £L vlrVLo of December
• HAIRSTYLE $9 . 00 • PERMS Body or Curly
Reg. $11.00 $25.00 Reg. $30.
• STYLECUTS $6.00 includes cut
Reg. $7.00 • REG. CUTS (Traditional) $3. 00
2 FREE HAIRSTYLES - $22. VALUE! REGISTER NOW,
NOV. G DEC. FOR PRIZE TO BE AWARDED THIS JANUARY
42 Main St., Corner Rt.6, Mattapoisett. 758-6423
ies, necklaces, pins, keyrings, paper
weights, dolls, and hand painted shells.
"Christmas Boutique" will also include
"The Bake Shop", "Potpourri", "Bows 'n
Boughs", "Rings 'n Things", "Candy Land",
"Kris Kringle's Korner" and "Handwork
There will also be a Chicken Pie Lunch-
eon served at 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.,
a visit from Santa at 1:30.
Mrs. Nancy Davis is chairwoman of this
Tax Rate Set
Mattapoisett Board of Assessors announces ~ in this issue of Presto Press Seniors will
that the tax rate has been approved at $24.14, find our ad listing December trips for our mini-
an increase of 14£ over last year. The Dept. bus. Please clip out this ad and save for
of Revenue certified this rate on Nov. 20. future reference. May we remind you that
Tax bills are expected to be out within the
next three weeks .
Notice to parents of children in grades
K-12 in the public schools of Marion, Mat-
tapoisett and Rochester: on Wednesday,
December 2nd, there will be an early release
day for teachers engaged in curriculum work.
On that day, students will be picked up for
school at the regular time but will be dis-
missed early according to the following
Marion - Grades K-6, 12:30 p.m.
Mattapoisett - Kindergarten, 10:45 a.m.
Mattapoisett - Grades 1-6, 12:20 p.m.
Rochester - Kindergarten, 10:45 a.m.
Rochester - Grades 1-6, 12:30 p.m.
District - Grades 7-12, 11:30 a.m.
Lunches will be served to students in Grades
1-12 at usual.
CALL FOR EXPERT SERVICE
Richard F. Nunes
PLUMBING & HEATING
U REMODELING, REPAIRS, SERVICES
• j£ WATER PUMPS
fcj^'g z^iiw. 997-3595
VANGEL & SON INC.
Heating & Air Conditioning
. SALES . SERVICE - 24 HOUR . INSTALLATION
. HEATING • AIR CONDITIONING a REFRIGERATION
visit our Fuel-Saving Showroom
152 HUTTLESTON AVE., FAIRHAVEN. 993-4534 758-2101
Mon. -Fri. 9:30-5:00, Saturday 9:30 - 12
14 PRESTO PRESS November 25 , 1981
ROUTE 6, MATTAPOISETT . 758-6904
STILL the LOWEST
PHOTO PROCESSING PRICES
1 2 exp
LC-JMO 126i [C 126)
FOTOMAT ® $4.65 $6.49
PHOTO-D EPOT $4.39 $6.69
SE APORT $2.97 $4.89 $5.89 $5.89 $8 .69
PLUS THESE SU PER SPECIALS
VERY PERSONAL GIFT
Your Own PhotO
Puzzles ii - x H"
from your 126 or 135 ONLY
negative or slide -
UNTIL NOV. 3
WITH YOUR FAVORITE PHOTO
A NEW! /?3=^^
THE MOST WELCOME
"j^J>T GREETING -
Sa 1 — a gift in itself.
to choose from
AVAILABLE UNTIL DEC. 11
And watch for our
ON K0DAC0L0R DEVELOPING AND PRINTING!
STARTING DEC. 1st
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12 EXP. ROLL $2.49
20 EXP. ROLL 3.69
24 EXP. ROLL 3.99
36 EXP. ROLL 5.99
SNAP UP THE SAVINGS!
It IS AVAILABLE ON THIS SPECIAL. ADD
$ 50 PER ROLL TO THE SPECIAL PRICE
November 25, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 15
definitely not "off the shelf"
• A Watercolor of Ned's Point Lighthouse -
as it looked c. 1900
» Historical Architectural Prints of Mattapoisett
► Color Aerial Photos of:
Ned's Point Lighthouse and Harbor
Mattapoisett Wharf Area
Tabor Boy and Tabor Academy
26 Fairhaven Rd. , Rte. 6, Mattapoisett
Classic and Contemporary Framing . Mounting
of Needlework . Classic and Contemporary Art .
Watercolors, Graphics, Photographs
Open 10-5, Tues. through Sat. Closed Monday
to make reservations call at (or phone 758-
3758) the Town Hall, Room 202, Monday
through Friday between the hours of 9:00
a.m. and 12:00 noon e Except on special
trips when advance notice is necessary,
reservations are taken up to a week before
the date of the trip.
As you will notice on the new schedule
(December) we had to cancel our visit to
the Brockton Art Museum on Thursday, No-
vember 19, and reschedule it for Tuesday,
December 1 . Repairs are being made at
the Museum, and the staff felt it unwise
to have us visit it on the day that we
originally scheduled our trip. Please con-
firm your trip if you have not already
done soc We might even use an addition-
al private car if it seems advisable e
CHIMNEYS FIREPLACE S AND
WOODSTOVES A SPECIALTY
C & S Chimney Cleaners
15 CAMARDO DRIVE, U A R EH AM . 02571
Are you interested in a
NEW WINTER WARDROBE?
Call us and inquire about our
FRONT AND UNION STREETS, NEW BEDFORD
992 -2342 Open Monday - Saturday 10 to 5
Visa . Master Card . Clubs . LayAways
If you add together one trillion sparks you
have a firestorm . By the time you reach the
holocaust stage, everyone is paying atten-
tion but no one can stamp out the blaze - you
can't even get near enough to comprehend
the elements that add together to make it
So, at the risk of seeming picayune, I am
going to point out a single spark while no
one is paying attention . This week a Mat-
tapoisett Selectmen's vote increased the
price of the so-called "courtesy sticker"
400% for a single vehicle and 800% for a
two car family,, This sticker from the time
of first issue until now was priced at 25£
per family c Now, doesn't this seem ridi=
culously low? A family with 2 cars was
allowed 2 stickers for 25C. As a fee this
would be right out of the good old days ,
right? Right! But, this is not a fee at all
This payment was simply to cover the cost
of printing the identification that allows
the people who pay taxes in support of
the landfill, the town beach and the wharf
to use these facilities „ In the beginning,
this identification was a window sticker
of the sort that the Registry uses for in-
spection o It worked fine and had the ad-
vantage of being inside the vehicle and
completely safe from theft because one
destroys it to remove it. In 197 6, we got
George D. Heath, Jr.
PLUMBING & HEATING
Licensed Registration #6517
27 North Street, Mattapoisett
16 PRESTO PRESS November 25, 1981
in the Area
In Italy people still enjoy the excellent cuisine which the country is famous for.
We at the Pasta House
have brought the
"GARDEN OF EUROPE"
to you . . .
Come and have a taste of true Italy with
a complimentary glass of wine, now
$2.50 to $10.95
Fresh scrod, veal & steak
FRESH PASTA TO GO!
— SPECIAL —
at the Bijou Theatre
Tues., Wed., Thurs.
with Dinner Receipt
the same evening.
4 PM-10 PM
November 25, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 1
Open Thanksgiving Day 9 to 1
RTE. 6 C CHURCH ST. , MATTAPOISETT
£ 758-3311. FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY 'S
David P. Poulin, R. Pli . Lorie Donaldson, R. Ph.
John S. Polchlopek, R. Ph.
fancy and went to a bumper sticker type of
IoDe The cost was more but not much.
Surely, by 1982, the cost of this sticker
would have increased enough to justify
the $1 o 00 charge o So, Iamtoldc Let's
check the facts e Thursday, I obtained a
price list for bumper stickers of "easy off"
vinyl o I find I can buy 500 for 32$ each,
3 3/4" x 15". So, if printed 5 up, we cut
5 out of each sticker. That would make
each LD sticker cost 6„4C for 2500 stick-
ers o Let's estimate high and add another
lC for cutting and the cost would be 7 c 4£
for a one color sticker, 3 1/2" x 3" of the
same type to which we have become accus-
tomed o You think this is a lot of tempest in
Factory Sunglass Outlet
6. Wareham. Mass Mon-Friday-10:00-4:30pm \
Route 6, Wareham, Mass
(1 mile west of Town Hal))
-Friday- 10:00-4: JO pm
Master Charge & Visa accepted
a pot of tea ? The dollar bill is not worth
a damn anymore and for precisely this rea-
son o No one fought for a quarter „ Alright,
suppose we pass c Next year, everyone will
have forgotten that the sticker was simply
an identification for people who have already
paid the bill. Next year, it will be on the
list of feesc One dollar will be a very low
fee, so it will probably jump to $2 D The
year after, we will check the neighboring
towns to see what they are charging their
populace for admission to the dump and
beach o We will discover that Dartmouth
was charging their citizens a $5„00 bill
in 1981 o We will surely have to bring Mat-
tapoisett right in line with Dartmouth „ You
think this is an exaggeration? I wish it
were „ In one year our ambulance jumped
from real estate tax supported to tax sup-
ported plus $50 o per use Tuesday it jump-
ed to tax supported plus $75 „ per use c
This is a 50% increase
Now, if you work for the government in
any capacity, any cost is no object be-
cause the public picks up the tab for your
medical insurance „ If you work for a
large corporation, ditto „ If you are on wel-
fare, there is no problem „ If you don't
fit any of the above conditions you probably
won't enter the ambulance truck for the 7
mile trip to the hospital unless you are
PRESTO PRESS November 25, 1981
Tues. -Sat. 10-
Now is the time to start your Cross Stitched
Christmas gifts. Make someone happy with
something you make. We carry complete
cross stitch supplies. Large group of acces-
sories for complete projects.
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Across from Fairhaven Lumber
November 25 , 1981 PRESTO PRESS 19
jC^* ^X^i G%$X£%
ry?i&ii — i i
from Quoizel . . .
Our Christmas gift to you
Purchase any 1644" Quoizel antique
brass finished lamp with its own hand-
blown, hand decorated globe and
receive the holiday Poinsettia globe
FREE You'll enjoy this special
addilion to your Christmas decor for
years to come
Happy Holidays from. . . OJ oi/ti
\ cushnet Electric
119 ALDEN RD., FAIRHAVEN. 993-1707
Monday through Saturday 9 to 5
unconscious and can't fight backo Next
year, $100.? Well, we will be looking at
surrounding towns for guidance
Historically, small towns are the last
bastions of stability because the people
are the government and involved in it di-
rectly. Small towns were historically
fiercely independent «, Towns furnished es-
sential services at the lowest possible
cost and the New Englander watched
AL'S BARBER SHOP
"For a Good Haircut" Al Morgado
19 CHURCH ST. , MATTAPOISETT CENTER
C ALL 763 -5680
AL'S RADIO & TV SALES
& REPAIR SERVICE
12" ZENITH TV, BGW Was $104.95 NOW $89.95
AM/FM RADIOS, HI FIs, TVs, Guitars. TV Rental*
Mattapoisett Tel. 758-2089 Lie. #94
20 PRESTO PRESS November 25, 1981
Any event becomes a gala when you -
"SAY IT WITH BALLOONS"
for all ages and occasions
Formal Dress Delivery
We decorate for
and business promotions
The Shed Shoppe
Rte 105, Rochester Center
costs very carefully „ I admire that charac-
ter o I don't give a rap that Dartmouth
might charge its taxpayers $5. for park-
ing at a beach that they already support
with real estate taxes. It doesn't interest
me at all what any of the surrounding towns
charge for anything „ If we continue to keep
our fees in line with the fees of surrounding
towns and surrounding towns look back and
increase their fees to keep in line with Mat-
tapoisett' s increases then there is an up-
ward spiral that we surely regret „
I'm really concerned about abandoning a
principle,, Once we accept double taxation,
then triple, quadruple, etc etc opens be-
fore us. For example, suppose next year
we find a surrounding town charged admis-
sion for each use of their beach - so we get
in line with that. Then, a surrounding town
charges for each swimming lesson - so we
get in line with that. I hope I'm complete-
ly wrong but I foresee a future full of sparks,
all of them circumventing the intent of tax
I would like to thank everyone for their
cards, prayers and concern during my recent
stay at St„ Luke's Hospital,,
Thanks again, Kevin Keene
Frank J - LINHARES Co r
SEPTIC SYSTEMS INSTALLED
GRAVEL . CRUSHED STONE
FILL AND LOAM. WOOD CHIPS
St Joseph's School,
Fairhaven is sponsor-
ing its 3rd annual
'Twas the Night Be-
fore Christmas' bazaar
December 12-13 „
Crafts, reindeer raf-
fles, elves' kitchen,
sugar plum shoppe are
There will be various
out both days and a
$1000„ raffle! Fair
hours are 10 a . m „ to
8 p o m Saturday and
8 a m e to 1 p„m Sun-
day o Lunches and din-
ner will be served on
Saturday and breakfast
served on Sunday,
The bazaar will be
held at St„ Joseph's
Hall, Adams Street in ■
Come One ! Come All !
To the most unique
bazaar of all! ! Through-
out the day there will
be favorite cartoon
characters, Santa of
course, clowns, balloons,
children's games » Hot
meals will be provided
throughout the day and
for those seeking hand-
made articles for
Christmas gifts, we
will have a variety of
people selling their
items o So, won't you
join us in the fun and
festivities on December
5th from 10 a.m to 3
p.m. at the Westport
380 Old County Road,
a huggable KING TUT
Available at all branches for $7.98
MEMBER FDIC/DIF m ^
L— ... Bring in this ad, take home your lion! —...J
November 25, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 21
q. New Cabinets?
Once you've looked at a Merillat cabinet there will be no
question in your mind about which cabinet to install in your
new kitchen You'll discover Merillat otters more "custom
features without a custom price Included features such as
Wipe-Clean Leisure- Time interiors: slide-out trays: ad-
justable shelves and a furniture quality finish
Plus, convenience accessories you d expect
to find only in more expensive cabinets.
There's a lot more
behind the Merillat door.
Fisher & Rocha Inc.
General Contractors. 758-3539 . 758-6738
The next Mattapoisett PTC meeting will
be Tuesday, December 1st, at 7:30 p c m
All parents are welcome to come and the lo-
cation is Sharon Doyon's home Please
call Sharon for further information, 758-2208 „
Mrs. Dexter Receives Cane
Mrse Florence Dexter, the town's oldest
resident at age 96, received the Boston
Post cane from Mattapoisett Selectmen on
Sunday afternoon „ Still doing her own house-
work, MrSc Dexter is the mother of 9, grand-
mother of 22 and great grandmother of 6„
The widow of John Dexter, she has lived
in the same house on Pine Island Road since
she was 20 and was born in the house
just across the street „
TELEPHONE 617-758-9444 auiu umo amxt I
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RESIDENTIAL SALES — LAND — COMMERCIAL and RENTALS
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3 BRAND VIEW AVENUE
MATTAPOISETT, MA 02739
'Barrels" and "Barrels" of sweaters .
in the nicest of colors!
sizes 8 thru 20
Hay - Loft
Boys and Girls
infants thru size 20
34 Barstow Street, Mattapoisett. 758 4247
9:30 - 5:00 Visa . Master Card
MATTAPOISETT SELECTMAN JOHN DeCOSTA PRESENTS
BOSTON POST CANE TO MRS. FLORENCE DEXTER AS
SELECTMAN WILLIAM HUBBARD AND JAMES HUNTOON
ffcuft&L A. RuHXfeSlt, 9+tc.
LAND FOR SALE
DESIGN SERVICE 758-6565 758-2411
22 PRESTO PRESS November 25, 1981
Come Celebrate our
RD ANNIVERSARY 1
It's PEOPLE like you who have made this all possible. \
$ "1 O 25 NOV „ 25 THRU £l *
1 ^ DEC. 1 ONLY W*J.
• SPECIAL >
Rabbit Pellets ^
$6.°° "Ba^-Sll. 50 ^
EVERYTHING REASONABLY PRICED - NO LOWER PRICES ANYWHERE!
ANIMAL FOOD SUPPLIES
Mon. thru Fri. 5 P.M. to 9 P.M.
Sat. and Sun. 8 A.M. to 9 P.M.
WALNUT PLAIN ROAD, ROCHESTER „ Thomas Medeiros . 763-2022
TACK . BEDDING . WAYNE DOG FOOD . HORSE GRAIN . BIRD SEED
MRS. FLORENCE DEXTER, AGE 96
Give your clothes a new beginning
Come see our incredibly
low prices, new and
open every day
10 to 5
Bring us your
used clothing, toys;
ladies' , men 1 s ,
children's and maternity
102 Ashley Blvdc , New Bedford
Linda and Terry
November 25, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 23
7 Cottage Street, Marion, Mass,
NOW AVAILABLE FOR
Large or Small Dinner Parties
Buffets Cocktail Parties
We will design a menu that is unusual,
delicious and affordable, specially tailored
to the type of occasion and the tastes of
your guests .
In conjunction with Spirits
let us help you enhance your meals with a selection of
wine to complement each course.
For cocktail parties, BAR SUPPLIES and BAR-TENDING
SERVICES are also available.
Also, for those unexpected guests, we have QUICHES,
CASSEROLES and CHOWDER available with a minimum
amount of notice .
Call Patty at 748-2053
BEGINNING NOVEMBER 22, HARRIET'S RESTAURANT
WILL BE OPEN FOR LUNCHES ONLY.
Thanks for a Memory
If I were asked to pick out a powerful per-
sonality in Mattapoisett, the first person
to pop into my head would be retired edu-
cator Mildred Jones Keefe who died Friday
in her sleep at her Pearl Street home and is,
I am certain, still in search of a better
world on whatever plane she now exists.
Miss Keefe lived 8 6 years. I would esti-
mate her fine mind as a mature 40 and her
idealism at 21. She was a burning brand,
completely immersed in the world of in-
tellect with complete faith in the ability of
mankind to solve problems through reason
and goodwill. Articulate, confident with
a rare ability to project as a trained orator,
Miss Keefe was a spellbinder. I have been
CI.UMM, SKR\ K
IK EE ESTIMATE
PROFESSIO \ A L EQUIPMENT
CHIMNEY SWEEPI NG
reading her message given a year ago on
November 9th in the Mattapoisett Congre-
gational Church and would like to share
excerpts of her philosophy which she ex-
pressed at that occasion.
"To survive on this Planet Earth, every human being has
to be fed, housed and clothed. For this, the Family con-
stitutes the basic relationship to our physical life; and
through the centuries, the Family and Home have been
the foundation and strength of humanity, the moral and
spiritual fiber that binds each nation into a dynamic
social whole. And to maintain this wholeness, it is
the responsibility of the Family to uphold the integrity
of the Home; and to have reverence for life as taught
by the great humanitarian, Albert Schweitzer. A per-
missive society is not acceptable in a well -oriented
"A few years ago I heard Dr. McNamara, the eminent
criminologist of New York Univeisity, speak at a plenary
session of the international Biographical Centre Con-
gress held in Manhattan, where he said: 'The cause of
all the lawlessness, violence and crime in this Country
is due to the breakdown of moral values, especially
in the Home. ' And we would reflect upon this indict-
ment; and remember that the Home is the foundation
and greatness of human Society; the Home, where all
the joys and sorrows of life are shared; where love,
loyalty and trust are the sure bonds; and when dis-
appointment and disillusionment befall, we find as-
surance, understanding and cheer that give us the
courage to carry on. Here we would begin the build-
JOHN F. DENHAM, JR. & SON
Cesspool & Septic Tank
LOAM - SAND - GRAVEL
FENCES ERECTED AND REPAIRED
24 PRESTO PRESS November 25, 1981
WE DELIVER <geb^ecti&ri
"THE ENERGY STORE"
COMPLETE SERVICE TO
ROCHESTER, MATTAPOISETT, and ACUSHNET
November 25, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 25
wood & coal stoves
by COMFORTER - HEARTH MATE
requires no firebrick
external shaker grate
clean £ total
80 to 90% efficient
twice the B.T.U.
output per lb. as
optional blower system
Max. Heat Output
Holds a fire 18 to
at Olde Oxford Farms
ROUTE 6, FAIR HAVEN
ing of a united civilization, with a deep and true aware-
ness of the responsibility and obligation for beautiful
fulfillment in the life of the Family.
"To sustain the Home for its physical needs, all na-
tions must maintain a sound and productive Economy,
in which there may be a sharing of goods with their
neighbors through fair and honest trade . Poverty and
hunger must be overcome, and health maintained.
When there is suffering, especially when tragedy oc-
curs from natural disaster, the nations should help one
another as far as possible. Everyone recognizes the
great service of the Red Cross and other organizations
in times of dire need. Yes, we are one throughout
the World in our physical needs. And in this realization
we would unite in a spirit of brotherhood and help-
"The second basic need is for the development of
the Mind. Everyone is endowed with mental powers
Children's and Maternity
Infant up to 14 Girls, 16 Boys
£ Student Size Pants
Route 6, Mattapoisett
Right across from Sunoco Sta-
tion (former Hilltop Seafood)
WED. , THURS. , FRI. 9 to 1
SATURDAY 9 to 2
Closed Monday £ Tuesday
pep. . .
DO IT RIGHT - SCIENTIFICALLY
We have the ALLEN ENGINE ANALYZER.
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE, INC.
24 HOUR TOWING SERVICE
RTE. 6, MATTAPOISETT TEL. 758-2153
in varying degree . One of our greatest blessings is
the gift of intelligence . It is the Mind of Men that
must be taught that he may have a successful and re -
warding life. Learning is a life -long need and hunger.
And beginning with little children, it is the school that
must meet this need - through the years of required edu-
cation, then moving on to advanced study in academic
and scientific fields; in the arts for those with special
talent; and training in vocational skills for the finest ef-
ficiency in our technological World. For this, it is the
responsibility and obligation of all teachers to be high-
ly trained and dedicated in their work. Schools are not
established to provide jobs for teachers, with the privi-
lege to strike for higher wages if not satisfied. Schools
are first and foremost for the students, and every teacher
has the responsibility and obligation to develop the
mental powers of his/her students to the fullest degree
possible, that they may become fine citizens of their
Country and have a richly fulfilled and happy life .
"Another great human need and hunger is the quest for
Beauty, the richest gift bestowed upon Man, that helps
him to become a co-worker with his Creator; and shines
forth so gloriously in the creative work of the greatest
masters through the centuries. The arts are the most
beautiful expression of culture in all civilizations; and
it is through creative work and artistic expression, and
the sharing of it with others, we may realize a richer
life and a finer community, a greater nation and a better
7 Tallnian Street
i Kinder ^Korner
Day Care Center
7 00 - 5:00 year round
Mattapoisett MA 02739
26 PRESTO PRESS November 25 , 1981
A. "Doxie" high lace-up
rubber boot with slip
Our Forecast for Christmas:
all kinds of weather ... and
In your quest for outdoor
adventure, Pappagallo has
the waterproof discovery.
You'll be equipped for
endless explorations in the
B. "Portsmouth" bright
rubber shoe with slip
183 Huttleston Ave.
9:30 to 5:00 Monday through Saturday
A Holly Fair will be held at the Marion
United Methodist Church, corner Route 105
and County Road, on Wednesday, December
2nd, from 10 a m to 3 p o m
Luncheon will be served from 11:30 a„mo
to 1:30 p.m,
Food, hand-crafted articles, Christmas
novelties, stationery and plants will be
PTC Santa's Workshop
The Mattapoisett Parent-Teachers' Club
is proud to announce that the setting is
established for another fun-filled Santa's
Workshop on Sunday, December 6. Santa's
elves are preparing for this very special
day when the children of our community
work diligently to make Christmas gifts
for their loved ones. In order to accom-
plish this we are asking for donations of
items such as ribbon, 1/2 gallon clean
milk containers or bleach containers, wall-
Hope to See You
November 29th while we decorate the lamp
posts in the Historic District. Get in the
mood for Christmas shopping!
BROWSE AROUND AT
paper or contact paper, used candles,
coffee cans, paraffin, old crayons, fab-
ric remnants - ginghams and calicos;
empty boxes such as cereal, stuffing,
or cracker boxes, juice cans and picture
These green stemmed, rhine wine glasses
but a sampling of the distinctive glassware
found at Dahlia. You will also find cordials,
salad bowls, pitchers, parfaits and containers
of all descriptions - ail elegant, functional.
338 & 342 ACUSHNET AVENUE
999-2166 — 992-4588
$ I2.( M ) isel
November 25, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 27
30 e/ <
For the BEST in the Business
NEW BEDFORD SHADE CO
Open 9 to 5; Closed Wednesdays
1364 Acushnet Ave., New Bedford
(across from St. Anthony's Church)
Please send your donation to either
Center School or Old Hammondtown School
with your child c Thank you very much
for your continued support and Happy
DINNER DEADLINE SET
Reservations for the annual Christmas din-
ner party of the Mattapoisett Seniors'
Club will be taken until December 7, it
was announced today by Mrso Winifred
Mrs. Oscar St. Jacques and Mrs. Mil-
ton Jenkins are in charge of tickets .
Mrs. Stc Jacques can be reached at 758-
'2414 and Mrs . Jenkins at 758-6636*
Mrs. Jenkins will be at Legion Hall
fi a n a (e tter'i ncj of certified tes,
( poems, < wec((Cinq vows, etcetera.
Clocii Repairs •— '
and restorations, aCC types,
house caffs, free estimates.
The 'Ten t-Tfic VmduCtin
4 Cannon Street, Mattapoisett, yiass. ozm
November 30 and December 2, 3 and 4
during the Nutrition Lunch Program so
that members who have made reservations
may pick up their tickets.
Members may bring guests. Paid-up
members are being granted a special
meal price „ The menu choices are baked
stuffed breast of chicken and baked
SEA SPRAY CHAPTER MEETING
Sea Spray Chapter of Embroidery Guild of
America will meet at 9:30 a.m. on Monday,
December 7th, at the Millicent Library in
Fairhaven c Please bring a handmade Christ-
mas ornament and a few cookies for the
Christmas meeting „
Christmas Concert and Wassail
Sleigh bells will ring and the spirit of was-
sail will fill the air when the 70- voice Sip-
pican Choral Society and the 46-piece Region-
al Symphonic Band join in a musical tribute
to the season of Christmas and Chanukah
Sunday, December 13, at 3 p m«, at Old
Rochester Regional High School „
The chorus will occupy the solo spot on
the program conducted by John Pandolfi;
and both will combine, with the audience
joining in, in the Hallelujah Chorus „
A wassail party for the entire audience
28 PRESTO PRESS November 25, 1981
The Unmistakable Elegance of the Classic Look
Flawlessly tailored with attention to detail, exquisite fabrications and brimming with self expression
. . . clothing for men and women that provides an investment in season -spanning style,
aging well and often becoming more beautiful as worn. Marion Sports Shop knows the look.
9 to 6 Weekdays, Saturdays 9 to 5, Sundays 9 to 12. 290 Front Street, Marion. 748-1318
November 25, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 29
Save On BLUE SEAL Dog Food
$2 .Off any
□ 50-lb bag
61 Off any
□ I5-lb bag
Just bring this ad to your BLUE SEAL DEALER
Available at participating dealers.
This otter ends December 31, 1981
BLUE SEAL FEEDS & NEEDS
632 MAIN ST., ACUSHNET*995-4272
( CORNER PERRY HILL t MAIN STREETS )
SALES SERVICE & REPAIR
CILSON Rotor Tillers t Movers
ROPER Tractors I Mowers
MON. -FRJ. S AM to 7 P.M. SAT.
HAHN Mowers. BRUTE Mowers
STIHL t HOMELITE Saws
to S; SUN. 9 to 12
and performers will follow the concert in
the school cafeteria „
Tickets for the program will be avail-
able at the door
MATTAPOISETT MONDAY NIGHT
BOWLING LEAGUE - Results of matches
at Bowlmor Alleys on November 1 6th:
Ospreys 2, Owls 1; Vultures 2, Eagles 1;
Falcons 2, Hawks 1
High Single Game - Brad Barrows and
AND COFFEE SHOP
42 Main Street/^ Mattapoisett
- BROWN BREAD
30 PRESTO PRESS November 25 , 1981
to all of our friends
Edie and Claire
Ht'rfe & Crafts
632 Main Street, Acushnet Tel. 995-0422
Open 6 days, Tues. - Sun. 9 to 4:30, and 5 nights,
Moa. -Fri. 7 to 9.
Charley Hiller, tied at 144.
High Triple - Brad Barrows, 391
High Team Single - Owls, 607 (Ted Wale-
ga, Jim Gardner, Bob Dexter, Bill Clark,
Charley Hiller) .
High Team Triple - Ospreys, 1732 (Al
Chevalier, Ray Bradley, Manny Mello,
Brad Barrows, Steve Rodel).
Rochester Youth Hockey
Rochester Youth Hockey teams found the
going tough during action on Saturday, No-
In the Mite Division, Manny Aguiar' s RAC
Services lost 6-1 toNa strong Y-D team.
The lone goal was scored by winger Jason
Medeiros from Mark Hendriques. Josh
Hedges was strong in net, making many fine
In Squirt II play, Paul Bodeau's Campino's
lost 2-0 to Sandwich. The local team had
trouble finding the net through solid Sand-
wich goal tending. Chad Vincent was in net
In Squirt III competition, coach Eric Jensen's
Squirts lost a tough game 1-0 to Sandwich.
Time and again, Jensen's squirts had an op-
portunity to score but were turned back by
solid Sandwich goal tending. Scott Hartley
Get your Chimneys ready for Winter
OF ALL KINDS
Chimneys - Steps - Fireplaces
31 DAY STREET, FAIRHAVEN, MASS.
HOT SPICED CIDER
or CRANBERRY JUICE
TURKEY SOUP or QUAHOG CHOWDER
(STRAW BERRIES in CHAMPA GNE 50* extra)
SUPER SALAD BAR - About 40 Items
HOME STYLE BREAD TABLE
595 MAIN ST. ACUSHNET
BUTTERNUT SQUASH . WHIPPED POTATO . CANDIED YAMS
MASHED TURNIP AND CARROTS . PEARL ONIONS in a White Wine Sauce
ROAST TOM TURKEY
Cranberry Sauce . Apple Walnut Dressing with a hint of Cranberry Liquer
Giblet Gravy Burgundy . Baked Cinnamon Apple
BAKED HONEY GLAZED HAM
with a Fruit Sauce touched with Amaretto . Baked Cinnamon Apple
HOME MADE MINCE - APPLE or PUMPKIN PIE
HOT INDIAN PUDDING WITH WHIPPED CREAM
OLD FASHIONED BISCUIT STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE
^ ICE CREAM with CHOCOLATE SAUCE or STRAWBERRIES
CHOCOLATE MOUSSE GRAPENUT PUDDING 7 95
Carve your own Turkey
PLUS FAMILY STYLE VEGETABLES
10 or more Guests $7.95 per person
Under 10 Guests $8.95 per person
° Our Regular Menu
WILL ALSO BE SERVED
Reservations 995-0 1 1
Children (under io> 4.50
played well in net for Rochester,,
In the PeeWee II Division, coach Bill
Raynor' s Hair Biz won handily 5-1 over Har-
wich o Brian Becotte was in net for Rochester
with his second straight 1 goal game The
goals were scored by Sean Bryce from Tom
Dias; Scott Guinan assisted by Sean Bryce;
Jeff Becotte assist to Tom Normand; Tom
Dias from Jeff Becotte and Chris Smith; and
the final goal by Scott Guinan assisted by
Sean Bryce <,
The PeeWee III and Bantams drew byes for
this weeko In this week's 20/20 club, the
winners were Paul Langolis and Shelly Jen-
ORR Junior High
REPRESENTATIVE FROM UPPER CAPE
Mr« Robert C Gardner, Principal of Old
Rochester Regional Junior High School, wish-
es to announce that a representative from
Upper Cape Cod Regional Vocational-Tech-
nical School will be at the junior high school
on Thursday, December 3, at 9:3 a m. to
speak to any interested 8th grade Marion
students. Parents are invited
On Thursday, November 19, a representa-
tive of Bishop Stang High School was at
the junior high to speak to interested 8th
grade students .
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295-3366 7:30 to 4:00 Saturday
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2 Eggs any style
2 Strips of Bacon
Coffee or Tea
Coffee or Tea
$2. 69 $2. 9Q
CLOSED FOR A COOK'S TOUR
December 5th and 6th
Lobster Roll Platter
LONG SUB ROLL CHOCK FULL OF LOBSTER
MEAT- & COLE SLAW, FRENCH FRIES, PICKLE
Mon. £ Wed. Grill
closes at 2; open for
coffee 'til 3.
Tues. 7 to 11 a.m.
Thurs. 7 to 7
Friday 7 to 8
Saturday 7 to 3
Sunday 7:30 to 1
ORDERS TO GO, TOO.
Ton y ' s
21 CHURCH ST.
LECTURE ON BLOOD PRESSURE
Mrs. Marjorie Cormier, working with a
grant from the State Department of Public
Health, screens citizens of the area for
indications of hypertension or high blood
pressure „ Students at the Old Rochester
Regional Junior High School, Grade 7 East,
were informed that approximately two thou-
sand people in this area have already been
checked for hypertension in an effort to
reach people of a younger age to teach
them how to prevent complications from
high blood pressure which usually results
later in life,,
"This disease", said Mrs. Cormier, "is
prevalent in the greater New Bedford
area« One person in ten has hypertension,
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KAREN LeBLANC AND MARJORIE CORMIER OF THE
GREATER NEW BEDFORD COMMUNITY CENTER AD-
DRESS 7 EAST STUDENTS AT OLD ROCHESTER
REGIONAL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL.
and we are attempting to discover the causes
and controls "
Students were also told that the ten-
dency to develop hypertension is inherited,,
When the group was asked how many of
them knew whether one or both of their
parents were being treated for high blood
pressure, at least 15% responded positively „
In a lecture and filmstrip presentation
students were told that a person with a
systolic reading above 140 or a diastolic
reading above 90 has a degree of hyper-
tension o Diet, anxiety, weight, smoking
and age were all discussed as contributors
to the development of healthy or unhealthy
blood vessels to the heart . Brochures and
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Our Best Wishes for a
to you and
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1 1NDUSTRIAL DRIVE. MATTAPOISETT, MA. /TEL. 758-6921;
EXIT 19-A OFF ROUTE 195 OR NORTH ST. OFF ROUTE 6
pamphlets were distributed for further
This activity was directly related to
the seventh grade science curriculum
dealing with the circulatory system. As
a follow-up during science classes next
week, each student will have his blood
pressure read by Mrs. Andrews, the school
Arts -Crafts Show
The fifth annual Arts and Crafts Show spon-
sored by the Scholarship Pageant, Inc.
(SPI) will be held at the Wareham Town Hall
on Saturday and Sunday, November 28 and 29
Rita L„ Blair, chairman of SPI, has already
accepted many reservations for arts and
crafts displays and indicates that this event
will be one of the best fairs yet sponsored
by her group „
The fair will be held from 10:00 a m<, to
5:00 p m both days and items being dis-
played and sold will show a wide variety of
unique gift items for the holidays,, Visitors
will see jewelry, pottery, Christmas decor-
ations, plants, blown glass, hand tooled
leather, seashell creations, wood toys and
many more interesting crafts,
A snack bar will be open both days of the
fair selling coffee, donut's, cold sandwiches
and soda „
Door prizes will be drawn on Sunday after-
noon o Winners need not be present „ Visit-
with French Fries,
Cole Slaw and Tartar Sauce
42 MAIN ST. , CORNER OF RT. 6 £ MAIN ST. ,
MATTAPOISETT (At the Lights)
Eat-in or Take Out 758-9666
Wed.&Thurs. 11:30 a.m. to7p.m.;Fri. 11:30 to 8 P.M.
November 25, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 33
Qaxden 0/ tKeauty
378 MARION ROAD, ROUTE 6, WAREHAM. 295-5811
Near the Weweantic River. Carol Mallinson, Owner
FULL SERVICE SALON FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
WALK IN OR APPOINTMENT . . 6 AM to 8:30 PM ; SAT. 6 to 2.30. Evening hours by Appointment only
■ Permanents ■ Blow Cuts
■ Hair Coloring
Pedicures ■ Make-Up
NEXT DOOR TO GLORIA STEVENS
ors can register for the prizes upon admis-
This bi-annual event is sponsored by The
Scholarship Pageant, Inc to help fund the
annual Miss Wareham Pageant which is the
local preliminary to Miss America «, Miss
Wareham 1981, Pamela Ann Carter, will be
on hand to greet visitors and to draw the
names of the lucky door prize winners „
If anyone would like more information re-
garding display tables, please call Ms Q
Blair at 295-1482
O.C.: Soccer Champions
The Old Colony Varsity Soccer team, coach-
ed by Ray M e Cabral, clinched the May-
flower League championship this season,,
The young Cougar team, in their 4th
varsity season, compiled a record of
9-0-2 in the league and 11-0-2 overall,
with non-league victories over Old Roch-
ester and Cape Cod Tech
The Cougars have been the second place
team in the league for the past 2 years with
records of 6-2-2 and 7-1-2 respectively „
This year's team was paced by a strong
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RAYM. CABRAL, SOCCER COACH, OC
scoring effort from the tri-captains, Steve
Faulkner, 12 goals, 9 assists; Dave
Desroches, 15 goals, 6 assists; and Gary
Menard, 9 goals, 7 assists. These three
players plus goalkeeper Wayne Britton
were selected to the Mayflower League
All-Star team Coach Cabral was also
voted coach of the year by his fellow
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AEROBIC DANCING IS OFFERED
AT THESE CONVENIENT TIMES:
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
10 A o M and 1 P,M
Tuesday and Thursday
378 Marion Road,
OPEN 8:30 to 8:30 CAROL MALLINSON, Owner - Manager
Old Colony scored 51 goals, gave up 8
and had 7 shutouts » The defense was led
by goalkeeper Wayne Britton along with
sweeper Paul Cloutier, stopper Joe Coutin-
ho and left and right fullbacks Tom Senna
and Scott Boucher,
Coach Cabral attributed his team's
success to the fact that all eleven play-
ers on the field worked together through-
out the sea son o There were no super-
stars on the team, just enthusiastic young
men who love to play the game
The Old Colony team consisted of the
aforementioned players plus Mike Bumpus,
Randy Drew, Kevin Halle, Bob Hall, Brian
Hubert, Steve Lapsley, Kevin Yenulivich,
Paul Cunha, John Forand, Peter Wood,
Mike Rogers, Don Cote, Mark Alexander,
Bill Costa, Jeff Goulart and Steve Lanzoni
Mattapoisett-Rochester Girl Scouts
Rochester Girl Scout Troop 165 has its own
"Handicappers"' Badge „ To earn this badge
they have been learning sign language, ty-
ing their writing hand to their bodies while
they proceed with regular troop activities,
and going through the "Wheelchair Maze"
with guest speaker Larry Davis. Mrs
Antique & Custom
Furniture Repair & Restoration
74 Hawthorne Street
New Bedford MA 02740
Edna Feijo from the Commission for the
Blind is bringing games for the blind to a
meeting, and the girls will play the games
The Brownies of Mattapoisett Troop 158
are busy making Christmas ornaments to
be shared with the patients at Mattapoi-
Hints for a Hostess ...
Enjoy your Holidays more than ever!
Our expert service can give you
the extra time you need for the
activities that add so much to
Or if you prefer, take advantage
of our LARGE LOAD
and our MONEY SAVING
Cash £ Carry Store open 8 to 6 weekdays, 8 to 4 Sat.
For your convenience, Launderette is
OPEN 7:30 to 9:00 7 DAYS A WEEK
HATHAWAY'S LAUNDRY INC
RTE. 6, FRONT STREET, MARION. 748-0898
November 25, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 35
OF MAHONEY'S ANNIVERSARY
$100 Gift Certificate
3 Oakland St., Mattapoisett
$50 Gift Certificate
5 Bayberry Lane, Mattapoisett
$25 Gift Certificate
14 Wildwood Terr. , Mattapoisett
sett Nursing Home On December 12 the
troop will hold a bake sale at the A & P
from 9 a m to 12 noon c They're count-
ing on all of our support in this fund-
Mattapoisett Troop 2 Brownies are making
and filling. a fruit basket to be delivered
to the Mattapoisett Nursing Home with
Thanksgiving cards made by the girls.
These Brownies also held a cleanup at
Old Hammondtown School . They collect-
ed two large bags of litter and one bee,
which stung the janitor,,
Hot Wheels in New Bedford is the place
for the troop 1 s Roller Skating party on No-
JUNIOR TROOP 29
Mattapoisett Junior Troop 29 was very
busy carving pumpkins for the "Haunted
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Wareham Town Hall
Nov. 28-29 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
BENEFIT MISS WAREHAM
SNACK BAR - DOOR PRIZE
5(K ADMISSION with this ad
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Debbie's Hair Design
42 MAIN ST. , MATTAPOISETT
Complete Styling Salon
for Men, Women and Children
House" o The troop is now earning the "Busi-
ness-Wise" badge o To earn the badge they
have established a "small business" to
make and market lollipop trees „ At the
next meeting Rebecca McEwen, sales mana-
ger, will oversee the sales training session
for the members of her sales department.
Warehouse managers Stacey Marcosa and
Kelly Hanna have everything in order to
start to move their inventory., Treasurer
Priscilla Clark is waiting for some money
to come in to pay off the "small business
loan" and bring the profits to the banko
Rochester Cadette Troop 31 has begun or-
ganizing for the coming year with newly
elected officers: Michelle Gayoski, presi-
dent; Heather Ramshead, vice president;
Melissa Macedo, secretary; Renee Darcy,
Tobey Hospital Guild
The Tobey Hospital Guild will meet for
its annual Christmas Program on December
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VILLAGE Mobil' service station
• (M 6. M ATTAPOISETT
PAUL C. BIERINGER
Open Monday thru Friday 7 to 8; Saturday & Sunday 8 to 6
3rd at 1:30 p m„ at the Monday Clubhouse
and not at Tobey Homestead as was previous-
ly planned o
Selectman John N DeCosta of Mattapoi-
sett, past president of the Plymouth County
Selectmen' s Association, received a plaque
from President Selectman Charles Johnson
of West Bridgewater at Cataldi Restaurant
in Hanson o
Mr Johnson said that Mr, DeCosta' s
leadership in a very difficult year under
Proposition 2 1/2 rendered a great service
to all 26 towns in Plymouth Coulnty The
association had a very productive year.
Mr. DeCosta attended all the state and
county meetings during the year. He served
on the Executive Board of the Massachusetts
Selectmen's Association and on their nomi-
nating committee this past year
"You have rendered a great service to the
SELECTMAN JOHN DeCOSTA, RIGHT,
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The Battle of Bunker Hill
was unique in that thousands
of spectators in the Boston
area had ringside seats for the
spectacle. They sat on roof-
tops, in treetops, on church
steeples, and in the rigging of
the ships in the harbor.
"Knowledge is the only
Ralph Waldo Emerson
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DONALD H. CHASE
7 Ridzewood Road
Oh Holy St. Jude, Apostle and
Martyr, great in virtue and rich in
miracles, near kinsman of Jesus
Christ, faithful intercessor of all
who invoke your special patronage
in time of need, to you I have
recourse from the depth of my heart
and humbly beg to whom God has
given such great power to come to
my assistance. Help me in my
present and urgent petition. In
return, I promise to make your
name known, and cause you to be
involved. Say three Our Fathers,
three Hail Marys and Glories for 9
consecutive days. Publication must
be promised. St. Jude pray for us all
who invoke your aid. Amen. This
Novena has never been known to
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Publication promised. B.S.M.
48 CRYSTAL SPRING ROAD
MATTAPOISETT MASS .
Old Hammondtown School
38 PRESTO PRESS November 25, 1981
BOTTOM ROW: TOMMY HJXLER, MELISSA SE-
QUEIRA; TOP ROW: STEPHANIE PELCZAR, ANDY
STUDENTS VIEW MINI-TUT EXHIBIT
Last Friday Melissa Sequeira, Stephanie
Pelczar, Andy Motta and Tommy Hiller,
1 sixth grade students at Old Hammondtown
School in Mattapoisett, went to the Brock-
ton Museum to see the Kush exhibit o
"Kush: Lost Kingdom of the Nile" featured
150 artifacts from that little-known but in-
fluential ancient civilization which flour-
ished for over a thousand years in the area
south of Egypt which is known today as the
Sudan o In the 8th century B C , the Kush-
ites conquered Egypt establishing Egypt's
"Ethiopan Dynasty" . Some of the most in-
teresting archeological aspects of the ex-
hibit include a sandstone beehive shrine,
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FISH MARKET & GALLEY
20 COUNTY ROAD, RTE . 6, MATTAPOISETT 758-2333
CLOSED SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Fish Market open 5 Days a Week 9:30 A.M. to 8 P.M.
DINE AT THE CHOWDER HOUSE
QUAHOG CHOWDER (bowl) 95£
SEAFOOD CHOWDER (bowd) 95£
(Spicy or Mild) 75C
OYSTER STEW 2.25
MUSSEL STEW 1.95
DEEP FRIED ZUCCHINI
AND MUSHROOMS 1.75
MUSSEL SALAD 1.50
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Large FISH & CHIPS 2.7 5
FRIED CLAMS 4.50
FRIED SCALLOPS 4.95
FRIED OYSTERS 4.75
FRIED SHRIMP 4.95
FRIED SMELTS 2.25
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BROILED SCHROD 2.95
BROILED SWORDFISH 4.95
BROILED BLUEFISH 2.95
SEAFOOD SAMPLER 5.95
(SHRIMP/ SWORDFISH/ SOLE
BROILED OR FRIED
PLUS MANY DAILY SPECIALS
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ALL PLATES INCLUDE
OUR COLE SLAW, FRENCH FRIES
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"shawabtis" , which are miniature mummies
found in royal tombs to perform the king's
work in the afterlife, and elaborate gold
and silver jewelry.
hygrometer and barometers, helped them to
predict the coming weather After forecast-
ing for a while, Steve Cascione, TV Chan-
BOBBY CLARKSON AND BILLY HOYE ARE HAPPY TO
SHOW MEG WATJEN AND JIM CONLON THEIR EX-
STUDENTS STUDY METEOROLOGY
Twenty-three budding meteorologists in
Mrs. Tinkham's fifth grade science class
built their own weather instruments. These
instruments, the anemometer, thermometer,
f\D ICpr\I | November 24 -January 26, 1982
UnloLULL every Tuesday
MEMORIAL RINK 4 00 -e oo p.m.
I_| PXI AND November 25 - January 27, 1982
I I L I LAAl^ VJ EVERY WEDNESDAY
MEMORIAL RINK 4:00-6:00 p.m.
December 3 -February 4, 1982
MEMORIAL RINK 4:00 -6:00 p.m.
For Information and Enrollment
CALL. RITA L. BLAIR
November 25, 1981 PRESTO PRESS
nel 6 meteorologist, was invited to class
to culminate the unit on weather He spoke
about the responsibilities of being a mete-
orologist and talked about unusual storms
in this area The students are ready to fore-
cast the local weather — whether you are
ready or not!
BIRD SEED SALE
The Children's Museum is presently taking
orders for its 2nd Bird Seed sale of the sea-
son o The deadline for orders is November
28th and the pick-up day is Saturday, De-
cember 5th, between 9:00 a.m and 4:00 p m,
Proceeds from the Bird Seed sale help to
finance the Museum's many educational
program So This year we are having four
sales, extending feeding time into early
Spring. The date of the third sale will be
February 6th „
FIELD WALK - NOVEMBER 28
READING THE LANDSCAPE
Animals, insects, birds and all the crit-
Deborah L Hynes
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Vour wedding, family or individual
portrait, meetings or parties cap-
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Sittings by appointment
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ters that inhabit the natural world around
us do not always conduct their daily com-
ings and goings without leaving a trace.
For those who can read the signs, animal
activity can be interpreted very easily »
Signs of foraging for food, signs of battle,
birth, death and decay, none of which
are found in the newspapers, are there to
be "read" by those who see the clues „
The Children's Museum will give a free
field walk interpreting the signs, tracks
and trails made by animals this Saturday,
November 28th, starting at 10:00 a m ,
open to all ages „
SATURDAY PROGRAM -MACRAME S NO WF LAKES
The time for preparing for Christmas is
upon us and the Children's Museum is of-
fering a series of Saturday Programs that
will provide children with a variety of orna-
ments and decorations for this coming
Christmas season,, This Saturday's program
will be "Macrame Snowflakes", given by
Michelle Rusin and is open to seven year
olds and up This program will be at 2:00
p m on November 28th If we have more
than twenty children registered we will
hold a second program at 3:00 p m
Registration is required; there is a small
charge for non-members „
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SUNDAYS 1 P.M. to 5 P.M.
Monday through Saturday 10 to 5
the II sitting duck
gifts . jewelry . unusual items
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visa . master charge
QUALITY Used Cars
CHRYSLER LEBARON Wagon 6-cyl.A/C
DODGE ARIES 4 -Dr. Sedan
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Iapponogansett bay trust
The Children's Museum of Dartmouth lost
| their Museum building at Russell's Mills in
I a fire and are now occupying temporary
B quarters on Old Westport Road in North
' Dartmouth „ These quarters are clearly in-
adequate for the long run, so the Museum
I has been actively looking for a permanent
facility and has been planning a drive to
! raise the necessary money
The most desirable property which the
I Museum has seen is the Gulf Hill property.
This contains all of the features sought by
the Museum, although the property and
buildings in total may be more extensive
than they need.
The Museum itself is not administratively
and financially constituted to be able to
make such a large acquisition on short notice.
A small group of friends of the Museum there-
fore has formed a non-profit trust (the
Apponogansett Bay Trust) to take an option
on the property o This option has now been
obtained by them and will be held by them
until the Museum is in a position to take
over the option.
St. Gabriel's Fair Noel
St„ Gabriel's annual Fair Noel will be held
DeCo 5th, featuring crafts, foods, wreaths and
many more items as well as a delicious lunch.
Doors open at 11 , remaining open until 2 P M 9
new Classic Black
mely gift packaged
Smith & Neil Jewelers
WE REPAIR WATCHES
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November 25, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 41
Junk, Wrecked, Burned
CARS & TRUCKS
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The second annual pumpkin contest at Old
Hammondtown School, initiated by Miss
Suellen Aiken, proved to be a complete suc-
cess o Pumpkins of all sizes, shapes, and
designs adorned the lobby during Halloween
week. Winners from all grades, judged on
creativity and originality, were awarded
gift certificates to be used at the school
CARRIE T RAVERS
GRADE 6: B REND A MEDEIROS, APRIL BRAD-
SHAW, TOP ROW; JEREMY SIEGEL, PRIS-
CILLA CLARK, BOTTOM ROW.
We are now featuring a •
beautiful new line of
invitations and announcements
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FORT PHOENIX CHAPTER.
The November meeting of Fort Phoenix Chap-
ter DAR took place at the Plumb Library in
Rochester on the 9th, conducted by Mrs»
Howard Brawn, Regent „ The Chaplain's pray-
er from the DAR Manual honoring Veterans'
Day was read by Mrs,, Kathryn Nowak
GRADE 5: JIM CONLON, HEATHER RUEL,
TOP ROW; LAURIE NUNES, LISA HEINZ,
WE HAVE MOVED BUT CAN STILL GIVE YOU
THE SAME GOOD SERVICE DAY C NIGHT
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1 package (8 ounces) stuffing mix
1 bag (6 ounces) JONATHAN'S 5-Sprout Mix
1 medium onion, chopped
Gently cook sprout, mix and
onion in butter called for
in stuffing mix. finish per
*For pan stuffing pre-cook
sprouts in butter until
tender, then add onions and
continue as above.
This is a terrific
dish for special
Mrs o Leonard Elden reported on the Mass.
DAR State Conference in Deerfield, Mass„ in
October where she was a delegate , accom-
panied by Mrs „ Nowak„ Mrs c Kenneth Wins -
low read the President General's message,
and reports were read by Mrs Charles Max-
field, Mrs. Charles Nealy, Mrs Helen
Bryant and Mrs« Ruth Johnson
It was voted to send the usual Christmas
checks to the following supported DAR
schools: Tamassee, Kate Duncan Smith,
Crossmore and Hillside
A letter was read from President General
Shelby in Washington advising of the ap-
pointment of Mrsc Nowak as VAUS Repre-
sentative of DAR at the Brockton Veterans'
Elwood S. McKenney
Attorney at Law
New Bedford Office
972 Kempton Street
8 Whittier Place
New Bedford. Mass 02740
Charles River Park
Boston. Mass 021 14
For the "like new" finish
you want! Dependable.
RTE. 6, MARION
at POINT ROAD
Norman D. Rose, Prop
Hospital on the Advisory Committee „
An interesting display of old, exquisitely
made quilts belonging to members was shown
and former Regent Mrs „ Daniel Gifford's
program of beautiful films of Ireland and
Scotland was enjoyed Mrs Harry Brown,
Third District Director, was an invited
On December 14th at 12:30 the Christmas
party luncheon will be held at the home of
Mrso Miriam Nealy in Fairhaven. Members
are asked to bring an inexpensive gift for
Garden Club Fair
The Wareham Garden Club will hold its
fourth annual Christmas Fair at the Captain
John Kendrick Museum on Main Street on
Saturday, December 5th, from 10 a m to 3
p m o There will be homemade foods, crafts,
tree decorations, white elephants, dried
arrangements, fresh green wreaths , swags
and arrangements o
Raffle tickets will be sold for an afghan,
dried wreath and a pine cone teddy bear
The drawing is to be on December 10th at
the monthly club meeting .
Mrs. Eugene Carter and Mrs, Edgar Brooks
44 PRESTO PRESS November 25, 1981
CONCRETE & CINDER BLOCK WORK
BRICK & CEMENT . STONE
Fireplaces . . Chimneys
Walks . . Steps . . Store Fronts 5y^l
FRED RODERICK 4&
130 North St.. . Mattapoisett ^&<£
OVER 30 YEARS
Low Miles . . Real
Clean . . LOADED
AUTO BODY WORK
4 CYLINDER, 4 SPEED
LOW MILES <£ A ^
# 1167 '75
8 A.M.- 9 P.M.
Sat. open 'til 5
VAUGHAN HILL MOTORS INC.
VAUGHAN HILLRD. & RT. 105, ROCHESTER 763-4324
ALL CARS ARE GUARANTEED -WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL
are the co-ordinators The following chair-
persons have been announced: Mrs Charles
Decas, food table; Mrs. Edgar Brooks ,
crafts; Mrs, Eugene Carter, greens and
dried arrangements; Mrs Leonard Savig-
nano, raffle; Mrs „ Leo Bacchieri, white
elephants. Members are reminded to bring
their white elephants and crafts to the mu-
seum on the day before the fair
Annual Gospel Concert
Wareham's annual Fall Gospel Concert will
be held on Friday, December 4th, at 7:30 p m<
in the Memorial Town Hall, Route 6
Heaven's Heavies, a male quartet from East-
on, will be among the featured artists » Com-
prised of Alan Aronson of 'North Easton, ten-
or; Dan Cragan of Taunton, bass; Richard
Thomas of Bridgewater, lead; and David Ber-
ry of North Easton, baritone, this group has
been together for a year and a half, singing
in area churches, men's retreats, retirement
homes, and on Channel 12' s "Soul Village"
TV show out of Providence, R„I a They were
the overall winners in the 1981 Gospel Music
Giles H. Dunn Real Estate
55 County Road, Mattapoisett
IHM-HPU USTtMQ SfffVKX
Rent a tool Sat. between
7:30 a.m. & noon; return
following Mon. AM before
9 and you will be charged
1 day rental.
2 DAYS FOR PRICE OF 1
LARRY'S SALES EQUIPMENT
Lruxix 1 ** jnL FOR HOMEOWNER,
& SERVICE INC CONTRACTOR » BUSINESS
270 Phillips Ave. , New Bedford 999-4591
November 25, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 45
WITH FRENCH FRIES
£ COLE SLAW
THURSD/W -FRIDAY *
SATURDAY - SUNDAY
ffiNufctW 1 1 AM to 8 PM
y RTE. 6, MATTAPOISETT. 758-3847. Don and Nancy
Talent Search held in Wareham.
Also on the program will be the Mike Peter-
son Family from Walpole, popular partici-
pants in the 1981 Talent Search. This sing-
ing family has been active in the music
ministry for two years, working in area
churches, camp meetings, and Full Gospel
Business Men's meetings.,
Bill Vasconcellos from East Wareham,
well-known vocal soloist, will also appear
on the program o Bill sang for several years
with the Heirs of Salvation gospel group
from the New Bedford area , and has had ex-
perience in solo work on radio and television,
as well as in concerts across New England
Radio, TV, concert and recording artists,
"QUALITY DOESN'T COST"
75 B 8 U f6934 IT PAYS H ° me
Tar/Gravel - Asphalt Shingles
Slate / Tile
Copper and Gutter Work
We specialize in hard to stop leaks
the toy box
Unusual Toys for Girls and Boys
34 Barstow Street, Mattapoisett. 758-3323
Monday thru Saturday 10:00 to 5:00
Visa . Master Charge
The Mansion Heirs have been together for
nearly six years, singing in churches and
for civic organizations throughout New
England and in other states, and promoting
gospel concerts and other activites in the
Wareham area „ Their third album was re-
leased in September and will be available
at the December 4 concerto
Tickets may be purchased at the door.
The West Central Community Coop Christ-
mas Bazaar will be held Saturday, December
5th, from 10 a m to 4 p„m at the YWCA
Standish House, corner of Spring and 7th
Streets, New Bedford,,
A hot soup lunch will be available from
11:30 to 3:00 o Santa Claus will be taking
pictures all day„ Among the items for sale
will be handcrafts, plants, baked goods,
holiday greens, UNICEF cards, etc
For further information please call Lenora
Pennington at 999-243 o
Agawam Chapter #121 Order of the Eastern
Star will sponsor a Christmas Fair to be
held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday,
December 5th, at the Masonic Temple in
COLD CUTS . CHEESES . CASSEROLES . PARTY
TRAYS . HOMEMADE ROLLS G PASTRIES . ROAST
BEEF . BAKED HAM . NEAPOLITAN PIZZA . SALADS
HAA GEN -DAZS ICE CREAM. TORTELLINI
yiir II FRENCH MEAT PIE
fc y alley s
>ELICATESSEN - BAKERY - CATERING
o sr. M.
Rte. 105, Marion. 748-2060
46 PRESTO PRESS November 25, 198
handcrafts, plants, books and white ele-
Coffee and doughnuts will be served from
10 a„m until noon; a chowder luncheon
from noon to 2 p m and a ham and bean
supper from 5:30 to 6:30 p m
Chairperson is Mrs „ Jane Johnston „
For tickets or information please call
Story of Jung
The Centerpoint Foundation, Inc will pre-
sent The Story of Carl Gustav Jung on Thurs-
day, December 3rd, at 7:30 p m in Lyndon
Hall South at Tabor Academy „ A donation
(set) is requested to defray the cost of show-
ing the film The movie was produced by
Laurens van der Post, writer, South African
anthropologist and close personal friend
of Carl Jung, in conjunction with the British
Broadcasting Corporation „ Jung, a con-
temporary and early disciple of Sigmund
Freud, split with Freud over differences in
their view of the psyche.
In Man and His Symbols, Dr. Jung ex-
plained his theory that as our physical
bodies share a common evolutionary history,
PUR6 & SIMPLE
KEEP IN MIND -
Holiday Pies and
Closed AU Day
HOURS: Monday -Saturday 10 to 5:30
Sunday 11 to 5. 10 Water Street, Mattapoisett 758-351?
so we also share a common psycnoiogicaj
history which includes elements from cur
common past. It is from this collective
psyche, Jung said, that our symbols (for
example the Christian cross) come. This
-/# t/f f fill M
A DRESS THAT
ELEGANCE . . .
the hipline . . .
a rounded notched
collaring for the sur-
plice neckline that
ends in a self-fabric
rose at the waistline.
Love it in soft sheer
Polyester Crepe .
Open Every Day
Ample Free Parking
Ladies Apparel at rear of the store.
2169 Acushnet Ave. , Lund's Corner, New Bedford. 998-2133
November 25, 1981 PRESTO PRESS 47
common pool of psychological experience
played an important role in the survival
of the species before the development of
reason and speech,, As man developed
more in rational areas, he gradually lost
touch with the more primitive means of
communicating, and came to rely largely
on reason. For those interested, information
will be available after the film
The New Bedford YMCA will again be offer-
ing swimming classes for Tiny Tots The
sessions will begin the week of December
80 Parent and Tot sessions are for children
between the ages of one month to 3 years „
The class will help the child become ac-
customed to the water and its buoyancy, and
A HOME AWAY PROM HOME FOR YOUR PET
IDEAL FACILITIES FOR YOUR DOG WHILE YOU TRAVEL
OR VACATION . . . INDIVIDUAL KENNELS AND YARDS.
CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE. ■■ . I
TOENAILS CLIPPED. flGQlGCI
Snipatuit Boarding Kennels
3 1/2 MILES OFF RT 6. MATTAPOISETT on NORTH ST
PLEASE CALL FOR RESERVATIONS 763" 5337
PRESTO PRESS November 25, 1981
the ages of 3 and 5 years participate in
structor and Tot sessions . These children
will be learning more advanced water and
safety skills „
Basic Tumbling, Balance Beam, Games and
Coordination Skills provide lots of fun and
prove to be an important part of every child's
early years This class is for 3 -5 year
olds who want a healthful, fun and needed
experience o Register November 28 - De-
cember 7c Class begins December 8 and
meets every Tuesday and Thursday from 1:00
to 1:30 p c m at the New Bedford YMCA
Call 997-0734 for more information „
Greater New Bedford Choral
The Greater New Bedford Choral Society,
under the direction of Gerald Dyck, will pre-
sent two Christmas concerts On Saturday,
December 5th, at 8:00 p m they will sing
at Sto Mary's Cathedral, located at Spring
and Second Streets in Fall River, On Sunday,
December 6, at 8:00 p m they will sing
at the First Unitarian Church in New Bed-
ford, located at Union and Eighth Streets .
The major work of the evenings will be
T. S„ Bach's Magnificat „ Soloists for
F. W. TAYLOR
Septic Tank Pumping
Formerly A. J. Smith
HEAR YE! HEAR YE!
The Holidays are Coming!
The Holidays are Coming!
HP A D IS YOUR HOME READY TO GREET YOUR GUESTS ?
T-«/-\i\/ If not, see us for the Finest Selection Anywhere in Floor Coverings
Carpet - Vinyl - Orientals - Area Rugs
CARPET MART 997-0313
LOCATED ON ROUTE 6, EAST FAIRHAVEN, Across the street from Old Oxford Farms
Bach's Magnificat will be: Maryanne Adams,
soprano; Margaret Carver, alto; Carl Swan-
son, tenor; Alan Bates, baritone Other
offerings in the program are four short Bach
chorales, Rachmaninoff's Glory Be To God,
and Corelli's Christmas Concerto
Tickets may be purchased at the door or
from Choral Society members For further
information call 636-3054
HANGING OF THE GREENS
Children and their families are invited to
the annual YWCA Hanging of the Greens on
Sunday, December 6, from 2 to 4 p m
Entertainment will be provided by the Chil-
dren's Ballet class, and a skit will be pre-
sented by the teens of PROJECT RESPECT
The traditional wreath- hanging ceremony and
a visit from Santa are also planned „
Refreshments will be served. Admission
is an up-to-date YW membership card for
one member of your family All children
must be accompanied by an adult
DECEMBER CLUB ACTIVITIES
YWCA Solo Parents' Club will hold a Pot
Luck Supper, followed by a talk on "Parents
Rights" by Judith DeSouza on Tuesday,
December 1, at 6 p.m Solo Parents' Christ-
mas party will be held on December 5 at
6 p„m at Thad's. Reservations should be
made for the ski trip planned for January
R. M. SHERMAN
tTlContractor & Builder
MATTAPOISETT LOTS AVAILABLE
15-17 at LaSalette Estate, Center Harbor,
YAA's will hold a banquet at Dugdales on
TRU TEST COLOR CONSULTANT
Please suggest a fashion color for the walls of my
living room. The furnishings now are primarily beige
with brown accents. I would like a distinct change from
my bland beige walls but one that will make a har-
monious background for my present furnishings.
Signed, Bored with Beige
Consider a spicy bright brown or a brownish copper
like the middle colors on cards B12 and Bll from the
TRU TEST Custom Color Selector. They are medium
dark colors that should make an effective setting for
your beige and brown furnishings and a definite change
from beige walls. Paint woodwork to match your wall
color or paint it with one of the lighter beige colors
on the same strip card.
Repeat the wall color by distributing some copper
accents in the form of sofa pillows, chair coverings
or other accessories.
The spicy and coppery browns are among the most
useful of the new deep colors. Earth colors, blend well
with all the natural neutrals, with the rough textures
and raw fibers of unbleached linen, raw silk, wicker,
reed, cane bamboo and also all natural wood, stone
JhuZVc&iJl) ROUTE 6 and SPRING STREET, MARION.
Arnold friggs 748-0094
November 25, 1981 . PRESTO PRESS 49
THE PRESTO OFFICE IS OPEN TO ACCEPT CLASSIFIED ADS
THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY - 9 AM to 12:30 & 1:30 to 5:30
HCAni IMC 1 A A KA MHKinA V
Ut AULINb IU A/V\ mUNUA T
IS ABSOLUTELY THE LAST MINUTE!
FOR YOUR ALTERATIONS AND DRESSMAKING
CALL ALICE THOMAS AT
1 MAHONEY'S LANE. 758-2842.
ANTENNA NEED REPAIR?
T V. NEED REPAIR?
NEED A NEW T,V, ?
HILLTOP T.V. 295-1045 ,
WILL BUY ANYTHING OLD OR ODDS AND ENDS.
OLD GLASS, FURNITURE, PAINTINGS, ETC.
CALL ANYTIME. 994-8090 or 996-0921.
HOLLY FAIR, MARION UNITED METHODIST CHURCH (CORNER
RTE. 105 & COUNTY RD.) WED. , DEC. 2, 10 AM-3 PM, FOOD,
HAND-CRAFTED ARTICLES, CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES, STATIONERY
AND PLANTS ON SALE, LUNCHEON 11:30 AM-1:30 PM.
LYDIA'S HO USE CLEANING SERVICE. WEEKLY, MONTHLY.
INSURED & BONDED. CALL 995-5833.
COMPLETE SAILBOAT RIGGING SERVICE
EAST COAST RIGGING
840B POINT ROAD, MARION, MASS. 748-2925 .
WEATHERPROOF YOUR DOORS AND WINDOWS FOR THE WINTER,
MARINE QUALITY INTERIOR PAINTING ,
HOME REPAIRS - ODD JOBS,
JEFF GARDNER - 748-0943
QUALITY EFFICIENCY SATISFACTION.
KITCHEN KNIVES, SCISSORS,
CUTTING TOOLS SHARPENED.
DICK KEYES , 758-2336.
SIPPICAN ANSWERING SERVICE
NEW LOW RATES FOR MATTAPOISETT CLIENTS.
THE CORNER SHOP, BRANDT ISLAND RD . & RTE . 6
ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES
11 A.M. - 5 P.M. . CLOSED SUNDAYS & TUESDAYS
PRIME OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE, 400 SQ, FT, ON ROUTE 6,
MATTAPOISETT. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY,
1 CALL PETER BRIGGS, 758-6929
FIGHT THE BILLS & CHILLS
DON'T DEBATE, INSULATE. COMPLETE HOME IMPROVEMENT.
TOM O'LEARY, M.T. SMITH CO., 993-7322.
HORSE MANURE FOR FALL AND WINTER COVER,
PICK-UP LOAD DELIVERED, $10.00.
HAVE A FAVORITE VERSE OR SONG HAND LETTERED IN BEAUTI-
FUL ITALIC SCRIPT. A WARM AND PERSONAL GIFT .
758-2595 EVENINGS.- THE PEN & THE PENDULUM.
FRESH SPRUCE SPRAYS WITH PINE CONES AND BOW FOR YOUR
HOLIDAY DOOR. $5.00 DELIVERED ,
CALL ANDY OR JEN, 758-6036.
NEED AN AIR CONDITIONER, REFRIGERATOR, MICRO-
WAVE OVEN , WASHER , DRYER, DISHWASHER?
CALL HILLTOP T.V., 295*1045, EXCELLENT PRICES.
FOR RENT - MATTAPOISETT VILLAGE - 3 ROOM FIRST
FLOOR APARTMENT. $300. MONTH INCLUDING
HEAT AND HOT WATER. 758-2190.
BOAT RESTORATION AT REASONABLE RATES.
CARPENTRY, GLASSING, STRIPPING, SANDING, ETC.
CALL DOUG, 758-3873 EVES. AFTER 5:30.
DO YOU HAVE A NEED FOR OFFICE SPACE AND TO BE CENTRAL-
LY LOCATED IN SOUTHEASTERN MASSACHUSETTS? FOR SALE -
62 5 SQ. FT. INSULATED BUILDING ON ONE ACRE, LAVATORY,
PARKING, MID 30's. FINANCING,
758-6034 CORREA ASSOCIATES 994-2444
ON SALE - BASKETS - HANDWOVEN AND DYED WICKER,
CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS - HAND PAINTED UNUSUAL SLATES
& TINWARE, PLANT HANGERS, MOBILES, ETC. ALMOST ANY
CHRISTMAS. NORTH AT GRANGE LIGHT, MATTAPOISETT . LOOK
FOR "YES BASKETS" SIGN. NOW ALSO (AT SAME PRICES! !)
WANTED - SOME USED HOCKEY EQUIPMENT AT AN AFFORDABLE
PRICE. MUST FIT A HIGH SCHOOL PLAYER,
CALL MARKSANFORD, 758-6741.
KEEPING COMPANY WITH A LOT OF OTHER GOODIES AT THE
CHRISTMAS CUPBOARD. RTE. 6 & MAIN STREET. MATTAPOI-
SAVE FIREPLACE HEAT - HEAVY DUTY HEATER JET
AND MOTORIZED AIR INJECTOR,
USED ONE SEASON, $35.00. 748-1842.
SETT. CHECK IT OUT, YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID! !
CREATE YOUR OWN EMPLOYMENT!
WOULDN'T IT BE NICE TO HAVE A FRESH FISH MARKET (OR?)
ON NEW BEDFORD RD. IN ROCHESTER. . . .WHERE ONE COULD
ALSO BUY DELICIOUS PREPARED SEAFOOD? FOR SALE - 625
SO. FT. BUILDING ON 1 ACRE ON BUSY NEW BEDFORD RD.
MID 30's. FINANCING
758-6034 CORREA ASSOCIATES 994-2444
MATTAPOISETT VILLAGE - 2 BDRM . WATER VIEW APARTMENT,
IDEAL FOR PROFESSIONAL PERSON(S) OR COUPLE. NO PETS
PLEASE. 758-6034 758-2295.
WANTED - BABY'S HIGH CHAIR.
GOOD CONDITION. REASONABLY PRICED,
FOR SALE - ALADDIN "PET" KEROSENE SPACE HEATER.
USED LESS THAN ONE MONTH. $100.00.
WOULD LIKE TO PURCHASE PICTURE
OF PONY TEAM FROM VETERANS' DAY PARADE.
LEAKY ROOF ? HAVE IT TAKEN CARE OF NOW !
FREE ESTIMATES AND LOW PRICES.
J.N. CANTY ROOFING. SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 46.
BARN SALE - SATURDAY & SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 28 & 29. 45
LONG PLAIN RD. , MATTAPOISETT. 9 TO 4 . 45 RPM RECORDS,
SKIS, FURS, LEATHER JACKETS, LOTS OF CHRISTMAS THINGS.
MUCH, MUCH MORE. RAIN OR SHINE.
(OSCAR: DON'T FORGET THE BAGS.)
FOR SALE - 2 USED 185-SR14 TIRES . RADIAL REINFORCED,
FOR VW BUS OR CAMPER. BOTH FOR $15.00.
B & T'S PINATA SERVICE
A HOLIDAY PARTY GAME TREAT! ! !
AFTER 4 P.M., 758-3527 OR 758-6507.
SKATING CLASSES - TABOR RINK. SUNDAYS 1 TO 2 P.M.
■ STARTING NOVEMBER 29th. 15 WEEKS, $45.00.
INFORMATION, CALL 748-1035,
MATTAPOISETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS-Menu Nov. 30-Dec. 4
Monday, choice of hot dog in a bun or hamburger in a bun,
potato chips, vegetable sticks, fruit, milk; Tuesday, choice
of American chop suey or cheese pizza, freshly baked bread,
pudding, milk; Wednesday, peanut butter sandwich and/or
sliced turkey sandwich, cole slaw, potato chips, jello, milk;
Thursday, shake and bake chicken, cranberry sauce, buttered
peas, roll and butter, sugar cookie, milk; Friday, choice of
cheese pizza or hot dog in a bun, potato chips, vegetable sticks,
choice of dessert, milk.
INTERIOR PAINTER AND COLOR COORDINATOR - QUALITY WORK,
CALL 758-3873 FOR FREE ESTIMATE
EVENINGS AND WEEKENDS,
FOR SALE - ELECTRIC TRACTOR WITH PLOW. GENERAL ELECTRIC
MODEL E20. 20 HORSEPOWER MOTOR, 10 SPEEDS. MINIMAL
HOURS ON BATTERIES. BEST OFFER OVER $300.00. 758-4560.
FOR SALE - AIRTIGHT
WOOD BURNING STOVE. $100.
50 PRESTO PRESS November 25, 1981
Sckool of 3ine Cuisine
PIES FOR THE HOLIDAYS
November 30, December 14. 7:00 to 9:30 P.M.
GIFTS FROM YOUR KITCHEN
December 10. 7:00 to 9:30 P.M.
HOLIDAY YEAST BREADS
December 12. 10:00 A.M. to 1:30 P.M.
FANCY CHRISTMAS COOKIES USING A COOKIE PRESS
7:00 to 9:30 P.M.
CHRISTMAS GFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE
All classes limited to six students. Classes may be arranged
as desired for any group of six persons.
REGISTRATION: Call 758-3329
93 Marion Road, Mattapoisett, Ma.
Don't let the continual round of guests
during the holidays throw you into a frenzy „
A selection of "goodies" will be ready if
you attend the "Holiday Snacks" workshop
at the YWCA, where the advance preparation,
packaging and storing of holiday snacks
will be shown o Grace Jeffrey, Home Eco-
nomics teacher at the Greater New Bedford
Regional Voc-Tech High School, will con-
duct the free YWCA membership workshop on
Tuesday, December 10, from 7 to 9 p.m,
Participants will share the cost of the
snack items. Registration should be made
at the YWCA front desk by December 7
There is a charge for non-members.
Clara Weeks will be saluted as an Out-
standing Woman in a Profession at the YWCA
Wednesday Luncheon on December 2
Miss Weeks, a resident of Dartmouth, is
Supervisor of the Social Service Department
at St. Luke's Hospital in New Bedford „ She
is treasurer of SCAN Committee, Inc (Sus-
pected Child Abuse and Neglect) , member of
the Nominating Committee of the National
Association of Social Workers (Massachu-
setts Chapter) and a board member of Birth-
Banish embarrassing hair from chin, upper lip or
eyebrows permanently - Look and feel more beautiful.
Call for Free Consultation. Day and Evening Appointments.
Mary D. Russes R.E. 758~4564
For Christmas Gifts -
(for business, trucks & cars)
(Up to 3 Lines)
(For Bedrooms, etc. )
ORDER EARLY FOR CHRISTMAS
KEN PACH EGO'S
The cafeteria -style luncheon begins at
noon and is open to the public
Glaser by Name, Glazier by Trade!
THAT'S BEEN OUR TRADEMARK SINCE 1921
AUTO GLASS SPECIALISTS
We have the most complete stock within 50 miles for all cars and trucks.
WINDSHIELDS INSTALLED WHILE-U-WAITI
IN NEW BEDFORD & FALL RIVER
INSURANCE CLAIMS HANDLED!
Complete Glass Replacement Service!
CUSTOM MIRROR INSTALLATIONS
GLASS TABLE TOPS CUSTOM MADE FOR YOUI
ALL SHAPES, THICKNESSES, SIZES, BEVELS
PICTURE WINDOWS • INSULATED GLASS • SPEEDY SERVICE!
RESIDENTIAL •COMMERCIAL* INDUSTRIAL 'MARINE
We continue to supply >our needs with the latest products and service* by representing
leading glass manufacturers as their distributor for this area
LOF, PPG & FORD
Complete with the latest fabrication equipment and a desire to please
Alvln Glaser, Manager
UPHOLSTERY . . LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE SHOP IN
SOUTHEASTERN MASS. All types of repairs, replacements
and new work on autos, trucks, boats, RVs. Using all the
AUTOMOTIVE BURGLAR ALARMS . SEAT COVERS & TOPS
SUNROOFS (Installed) SLIDING WINDOWS (In back of Pickips
Morris Glaser Glass Co.
1265 PUICHASI STIIET
(Oft III t»J ii bit No I S, Downtown Now todtordl
AND NOW IN FAU RIVER,
333 PRESIDENT AVENUE
(Acrott from Mlllor PontliC)
November 25, 1981 PRESTO PRESS
f\A AT TAPOl Sf T T MARION ROCHESTER
15 MECHANIC ST., BOX 184 MATTAPOISETT 02739
Donald C. Jason, Publisher-Editor
Addressed Subscriptions. Mattapoisett-Marion 7 E Q 1 i
Rochester $7.50 year. All others $10.00 year / ✓ * 7 / /
DEADLINES : NEWS, SAT. 12 NOON; DISPLAY ADVERTISING,
FRIDAY 12 NOON; CLASSIFIED ADS, MONDAY, 10 A.M.
JIM'S PAINT- N- PAPER
WORK DONE WITH THE QUALITY YOU WANT AT THE PRICE YOU
EXPECT TO PAY FOR IT. 998-2429.
KNITTING NEEDS & SEWING SUPPLIES
KAY'S KNIT 'N SEW, 33 PARK STREET, MATTAPOISETT.
APPOINTMENT ONLY, 758-6 410.
FULL TIME BUSINESS CONSULTANT, ACCOUNTING &
BOOKKEEPING SERVICE, NOTARY PUBLIC.
8 HAWTHORNE STREET, MATTAPOISETT . TEL. 758-2656.
WALLPAPERING & PAINTING. INTERIOR & EXTERIOR.
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP, REASONABLE RATES AND
FREE ESTIMATES. CALL DAVE AT 295-9481 OR 997-4301,
CAN YOU CUT YOUR FUEL BILLS? JUST ASK US! HAVE YOUR BURN-
ER CHECKED THROUGH JOB NOZZLE FILTER & EFFICIENCY TEST.
OIL BURNERS & HEATING UNITS INSTALLED, CLEANED & MAIN-
TAINED. 2 4 YEARS EXPERIENCE. MITCHELL'S HEATING & BURNER
SERVICE, 1 12 WASHINGTON ST., FAIRHAVEN. 994-0334,997-7906
MATTAPOISETT COUNCIL ON AGING
DECEMBER TRIPS 1981
Tues. Brockton Art Museum, Oak St.
Admission $1.00. Eat at Museum
■ Thurs. North Dartmouth Mall - Lunch
■ Fru Fairhaven Mall - Shopping
• Tues . Providence Arcade - Shopping
- Thurs. Bralntree Mall
Lunch at the Mall
- Fri. Fairhaven Mall
- Tues. Ashumet Holly Reservation,
Hatchville. $1.00 Donation
Buy Holly Greens. Lunch-Coonamessett
- Thurs. Hyannls Mall
- Fri. Fairhaven Mall - Shopping
- Tues. New Bedford - Shopping
- Thurs. Fairhaven Mall - Shopping
- Merry Christmas from
Council on Aging
- Tues. North Dartmouth Mall
Special after Christmas Sales
- Thurs. Shopping Fairhaven Mall
Senior Christmas Party - December 13
Trips are subject to cancellation due to
Dec. 1 -
Dec. 3 ■
Dec. 4 ■
Dec. 8 •
TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT, MASSACHUSETTS
BOARD OF HEALTH
Sunday, the 29th of November, will be the last Sunday opening
of the Sanitary Landfill until further notice.
Board of Health
Nov. 25th, 1981 Presto Press
TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT, MASSACHUSETTS
BOARD OF HEALTH
Rubbish normally picked up on Thursday, November 26th,
will be collected on Saturday, November 28th.
Board of Health
Nov. 25th, 1981 Presto Press
FOR SALE - TWO PAIR CHILDREN'S SKIS 130 CM - HART RABBIT
AND FORMULAR. BOTH HAVE TYROLIA RELEASE BINDINGS &
SAFETY STRAPS. TWO PAIR BOOTS, SIZE 5, 3 BUCKLE, FOAM-
LINED; 1 PAIR ALUMINUM POLES. BEST OFFER PACKAGE OR
INDIVIDUAL PIECES. 748-1649.
LAND - SEVERAL PARCELS OF LAND AVAILABLE - SCONTICUT
NECK RD . , FAIRHAVEN. MATTAPOISETT NECK, MATTAPOISETT.
ESTES REAL ESTATE. 758-9444
MATTAPOISETT - 3 bedroom house for rent until May 31, 1982.
Fully furnished, large yard, close to beach, quiet area. $325.
per month plus utilities.
MARION - Rent or Rent-Option - Building on Route 6. Could
be used for business or office.
SUMMER OF '82 - MATTAPOISETT - Rental July-August - Cottage
with water view. Private Beach Community.
ESTES REAL ESTATE . 758-9444.
Come see our consignment Boutique. New & used clothing -
Children, ladies, and maternity, men's clothing, toys, chil-
dren's furniture, jewelry...
102 ASHLEY BLVD., NEW BEDFORD. OPEN EVERY DAY 10 to 5.
NEW QUEEN OR KING SIZE WATER BED. NEVER OPENED. 10-
YEAR WARRANTEE. WALNUT STAINED PINE FRAME, HEADBOARD,
DECK, PEDESTAL, MATTRESS, LINER, HEATER, PLUS PADDED
SIDE RALLS. $199. COMPLETE. 636-3870 (SO. DARTMOUTH),
LEARN TO DANCE AT BARRETT DANCE STUDIO, 8 PARK STREET.
WE SPECIALIZE IN SOCIAL DANCING, LINE DANCING AND
DANCERCIZE. WE TEACH FOR ORGANIZATIONS AND CLUB
FUNCTIONS. CALL 758-2558.
B & C FLOOR COVERING - SPECIAL: BOUND CARPET MATS.
18"x27". $1.00APIECE. ALL COLORS!
8 COUNTY RD., MATTAPOISETT. 758-2172
BRYANT & MILLIE'S BIKE & GIFT SHOP, 167A SPRING STREET,
MARION. 748-0527. SERVICE-BIKES & SMALL APPLIANCES.
SALES. NEW & USED BIKES; HANDCRAFTED GIFTS. BA,MC.
BOARDING DOGS AND CATS
INDIVIDUAL INDOOR-OUTDOOR RUNS. HEATED.
ALL BREED DOG GROOMING AND FLEA AND TICK DIP.
LOOK'S ACRES KENNEL, ROCHESTER. TELEPHQNE 763-5748.
REGISTERED NURSES AVAILABLE FOR PRIVATE DUTY IN HOS-
PITALS, NURSING HOMES AND HOME CARE. PHONE 992-5037,
NURSES OFFICIAL REGISTRY OF NEW BEDFORD, INC.
BOB CARRIER'S CATERING
AT TUB MILL BROOK
WANTED - MATTAPOISETT VILLAGE, WATERVIEW AND WATER-
FRONT PROPERTIES FOR WAITING CLIENTS.
HARBOR REALTY. 748-1175 OR 748-1830
BICYCLE SALES AND SERVICE
16" to 27" COASTER BRAKE. TO 10-SPEED.
DONALD GEORGE, MARY'S POND ROAD, ROCHESTER, 295-2351 .
ELECTRIC APPLIANCE SERVICE - WASHERS, DRYERS, DISH WASH-
ERS, REFRIGERATORS, ETC. ALL MAKES . WASHBURN ELECTRICAI
COMPANY, MARION. TELEPHONE 748-0238.
FOR THAT VERY SPECIAL GIFT.
A LASTING REMEMBRANCE OF THIS AREA.
SCRIMSHAW BY NAN CI. CALL 295-4813.
"RETIRED PAINTER" NOW HAS A FULL FALL SCHEDULE -
THANK YOU FOR YOUR RESPONSE. I WILL BE TAKING WORK
AGAIN AFTER THE FIRST OF THE YEAR. 758-9324.
DUMP TRIPS; YARD, GARAGE, CELLAR CLEAN-UP; LOTS CLEARED
OR THINNED; HANDYMAN REPAIRS AND WORK; SHRUBS TRIM-
MED; BLUE SPRUCE FOR SALE; DRIVEWAYS SEALED. NO JOB
TOO SMALL. ARTHUR BASSETT, 758-2188 OR 763-5655.
THE PRESTO OFFICE IS OPEN FOR ACCEPTING CLASSIFIED ADS
ON THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FROM 9 AM to 12:30 C 1:30 to S:30
DEADLINE 10 AM MONDAY
IS ABSOLUTELY THE LAST MINUTE!
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WE CAN STILL GUARANTEE /
NO WAX KITCHEN FLOOR - TILE - POWER STRETCHED CARPET^
TO BE INSTALLED
I TIME FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY!
CHOOSE FROM HUNDREDS OF SAMPLES
IN OUR LARGE SHOWROOM
CBA^ B ,
Happy Thanksgiving to All!
RTE. 6, FAIRHAVEN Across from Friendly's . 993-4494 . Open Tuesday through Saturday 9 to 5
Paul Newton of Wareham having won the re-
quired Master Points in tournament bridge
competition playing with many different
partners has been advanced by the American
Contract Bridge League to the rank of Ad-
vanced Senior Master in the bridge world „
His next and last objective is Life Master
Winners in the regular weekly bridge tour-
naments held last week at the Dartmouth
Bridge Club are announced,
Thursday afternoon, November 12, in the
North-South direction Helen DeMello and
Estelle Biehl were first; Tobie Lechan and
Helen Davis, second; Janice Morris and
Laurette Senecal, third; Lillian Johnson and
Zelda Howard, fourth.
In the East-West direction Lura Teeter
and Bertha Pentleton tied Beatrice Wollison
and Leona Rosenberg for first and second
places; Ruth Musser and Joanne Greaves,
third; Mr„ and Mrs„ John M. O'Leary tied
Virginia Banks and Ruth Cunningham for
fourth place o
Monday evening, November 16, in the
North-South direction Pal O'Leary and Ruth
Musser were first; Mark Gallagher and Marc
Sylvia, second; Charlotte Gibbs and Flor-
ence Ayres, third; Ruth Sweetser and Bar-
bara Kiarsis, fourth.
In the East-West direction Pamela Men-
do za and Christine Galligan were first;
Nancy Ricci and Jennifer Bradford, second;
Dr. and Mrs Lawrence S. Kennison, third;
Janice Barber and Diane Landis, fourth
Wednesday morning, in the Master's sec-
tion the North-South winners were Ruth
Musser and Virginia Banks, first; Lillian
Johnson and Jack O'Leary, second; Isabel
From Open House 10
Bed & Bath
SALE ENDS DECEMBER 31, 1981
ACUSHNET SAW MILLS
38 MILL RD. , ACUSHNET 995 -1714
Weekdays 7:30-5. Saturdays 7:30-3.
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THE PRESTO OFFICE IS OPEN FOR ACCEPTING CLASSIFIED ADS
ON THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FROM 9 AM to 12:30 C 1:30 to 5:30
DEADLINE 10 AM MONDAY
IS ABSOLUTELY THE LAST MINUTE!
CARPENTRY AND PAINTING
ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED. INSURED. NC JOBS TOO SMALL
FRANK J. KUBIK. 763-8916 - 995-1813.
1812 HOUSE ANTIQUES, BOLLES CORNER, MATTAPOISETT.
11 AM - 4:30 PM & BY APPOINTMENT. CLOSED SUNDAYS AND
MONDAYS. WE ALSO BUY. CALL 758-6267 .
GARAGE STORAGE SPACE AVAILABLE
CALL 758-6528 AFTER 6 P.M.
OUR STORE - WOMEN'S BLOUSES. FACTORY OUTLET, SECONDS
ONLY. SIZES 5-16. OPEN FRIDAYS, 5 TO 9 P.M. & SATURDAYS
10 A.M. - 4 P.M. & BY APPOINTMENT. CALL 994-2164 EVE-
NINGS. 5 WILBUR AVE. , NORTH DARTMOUTH.
COMPLETE DOG GROOMING SERVICE
FLEA AND TICK DIP. POODLE SPECIALTY
DENISE RENAGHAN. CALL 758-2837.
FAMILY OIL SERVICE
MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE
993-7883 2 68 DARTMOUTH STREET, NEW BEDFORD
PETER B. HODGES
BOOKKEEPING SERVICES, TAXES
9 RIDGEWOOD ROAD, MATTAPOISETT
WANTED TO BUY: STAMPS
COLLECTIONS OR LOOSE ASSORTMENTS. SMALL & LARGE LOTS.
U.S. OR WORLD-WIDE. OVER 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN COLLECT
ING & DEALING. BANK REFERENCES. CALL TO ARRANGE
APPOINTMENT, 993-9913. JOHN RAIKKONEN (OWNER) OF THE
PASTA HOUSE, FAIRHAVEN.
CLOCK REPAIRS & RESTORATIONS. ALL TYPES. HOUSE CALLS.
FREE ESTIMATES. 758-2595 EVENINGS & WEEKENDS.
THE PEN & THE PENDULUM, 4 CANNON ST., MATTAPOISETT.
LESSONS - FIRING - SUPPLIES
PAINT - GREENWARE
YOU MUST BE COMPLETELY SATISFIED WITH YOUR PHOTO-
GRAPHS , . . .OR YOUR MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED. IT'S THAT
SIMPLE, SEAPORT PHARMACY, RTE. 6, MATTAPOISETT.
PART TIME. EARN $5-10 HOURLY
SERVICING OUR CUSTOMERS FROM HOME
ON YOUR TELEPHONE. 295-8040
FOR INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR REFINISHING
OR NEW CONSTRUCTION CALL
STEVENS & SON AT 758-4975.
ACCOUNTING & SMALL BUSINESS SERVICES. TAX
PREPARATION. VERY REASONABLE RATES. CALL 295-4813,
ORDERS TAKEN FOR CHRISTMAS
CROCHETED AFGHANS, KNITTED HATS, MITTENS AND SLIPPERS
CALL CONNIE MORNINGS, 8 TO 12, 1-389-5083
OR MARTHA EVENINGS 5 TO 10 P.M. MON.-WED, 997-9299
THE HAPPY HELPER
HIRE ME AND MY PICKUP TRUCK.
NO JOB TOO SMALL - VERY REASONABLE RATES. CALL 748-2456.
ARE YOUR WALLS & CEILINGS CRACKING & CRUMBLING DOWN?
CALL FELLX FOR A FREE ESTIMATE ON ONE-COAT PLASTER.
763-8062 AFTER 4 p.m.
PRINTED ROUND CORNER TICKETS. $4.00
FOR PARTIES, BANQUETS AND DANCES.
FOR SALE - 30" WHITE ELECTRIC STOVI
CALL AFTER 5:30 P.M. 758-2620
FOR SALE - DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING. 1/4 CARAT,
TIFFANY SETTING. 1 $600.00 OR BEST OFFER.
748-2828 AFTER 5:30 P.M. WEEKDAYS.
FOR SALE - LIKE NEW - 2 DOMESTIC ORIENTAL RUGS.
BLUE AND GOLD. 9' x 12' & 8'x 6' .
BEST OFFER. 758-4560.
FOR SALE - FOUR C78 x 13 4 PLY SEARS
DYNAGLAS GUARDSMAN TIRES WITH
TOYOTA RIMS. LIKE NEW. $100. 758-3527 AFTER 4 PM,
HOUSE FOR RENT - 2 BDRM. FURNISHED WITH FIREPLACE ON
BUZZARDS BAY. BRANDT BEACH AREA OF MATTAPOISETT.
OIL HEAT. MONTHLY, NOV. THRU APRIL. 897-3053.
SLIGHTLY USED MAN'S STARTER SET SPAULDING GOLF CLUBS,
1 AND 3 WOODS, 3,5,7,9 IRONS; WILSON BAG,
$50.00 OR BEST OFFER. 758-2455
WE BUY ANTIQUES, ESPECIALLY TIN, WOODEN & CAST IRON
KITCHEN IMPLEMENTS, IRONSTONE SERVING PIECES, OIL
LAMPS AND OIL LAMP PARTS. LICENSED AUCTIONEER, THE
STUDIO SHOP, CALL 758-4684. PLEASE KEEP TRYING !
WANTED - ELLIS-BULLT ROWBOAT.
IN GOOD CONDITION .
CALL (BOSTON) 523-3359 EVENINGS ,
ROOM FOR RENT - MARION VILLAGE. $50,00. MORE THAN
A ROOM - SHARE A NEAT HOUSE . UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY
FOR THE RIGHT PERSON . 748-2997.
PICKUP TRUCK AND DRIVER FOR HIRE, CARPENTRY AND
"HANDYMAN" WORK AT REASONABLE RATES,
CALL PAUL BENAC at 758-4528,
CUSTOM SLIPCOVERS & CUSHIONS, ALL TYPES TO BRING COLOR &
CHEER TO YOUR HOME , ASSURE EARLY DELIVERY- PLAN AHEAD FOR
FALL & WINTER: ORDER IN ADVANCE , PICK-UP & DELIVERY. 75 8-4 51 2_
WOODEN SPARS, CUSTOM MADE
27 PINE ISLAND ROAD, 758-4270,
HAVE CUSTOMERS - Need properties in Mattapoisett,
Marion, Rochester. List your property with
ESTES REAL ESTATE. 758-9444 =
MISS TEENAGE FASHION PAGEANT - PAGEANT AND FASHION
SHOW NOVEMBER 29, 7 P.M. AT WAREHAM TOWN HALL, RTE.
6, MARION RD., WAREHAM. ADMISSION, $2.00. TICKETS MAY
BE PURCHASED AT FASHION BOUTIQUE, 189 MAIN ST., WARE-
HAM AND ARA'S HOUSE OF BEAUTY, RTE. 28, WAREHAM.
DUMP TRIPS, YARD CLEANUP, TREE WORK, LAWN MOWING,
LANDSCAPING AND GROUND MAINTENANCE.
FRANKWEBB, 758-2567; AFTER 5 P,M ,, 992-3428 ,
DO YOU HAVE RETAIL SALES EXPERIENCE AND ARE FASHIONABLE?
YOU CAN WALK INTO A GOING BUSINESS ALL SET UP WITH AP-
PROXIMATELY $4300, OF LINGERIE WITH NO OUTLAY OF CASH,
WITHIN A WOMEN'S BOUTIQUE IN WAREHAM, FOUR STORES IN
ONE. RENT, $30, WEEK INCLUDING UTILITIES, WORK ONLY
4 DAYS AND HAVE YOUR DEPARTMENT COVERED 2 DAYS FREE.
FOR SALE - 1976 FIAT 128, TWO DOOR,
STANDARD, 50,000 MILES, $2300.
992-4464 AFTER 5:30 P.M.
FOR SALE - 1970 VW SQUAREBACK,
RUNNING CONDITION, $2 00.
758-9340 AFTER 5 P.M.
GIRLS & WOMEN INTERESTED IN MODELING
OR SELF-IMPROVEMENT COURSE,
GUARANTEED AMWAY PRODUCTS ARE JUST A
PHONE CALL AWAY,
CALL JOHN & JANE LEES AT 758-2075, WE DELIVER,
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Fine Mahogany Furniture
at Modest Frices.
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY
11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Titus and George Leslie, third; Janice Mor-
ris and Helen DeMello, fourth „
In the East-West direction Laurette Sene-
ca 1 and Barbara Kiarsis were first; Dr» and
Mrs, Lawrence S Kennison, second; Ruth
Cunningham and Evelyn Weidner tied Joanne
Greaves and Jeanie Rogers for third and
fourth places „
In the Non-Master's section the overall
winners were Blanche Haydon and Marie
Humphreys , first; Elizabeth Shapira and
Lura Teeter tied Ruth Young and Etta Robi-
chaud for second and third places.
THE NEXT MATTAPOISETT
Waste Paper Collection will be
10 AM SAT. to 4 m. SUN. , VAN AT
TOWN PARKING LOT ON DEC.
DEPOT STREET 5 & 6
Courtesy of REPUBLICAN TOWN COMMITTEE
Insurance of All Kinds
to Assure you the Best
NEW WINTER HOURS
8:30 to 5:00
Monday - Friday
55 County Rd, Mattapoisett
A WHALE of a Gift!
• Ideal Christmas Suggestion
y ^ for good friends near „ . or far!
Pine Whale Coffee Table
Heavy pine whale-shaped table top on
a trestle base ... approximately 19" wide
by 54" long and 18" high, in the rough
and unassembled ready for handfinishing „
$47 .50. Carton for gift-giving, $2.00,
We can ship anywhere with additional
ESTABLISHED 1 865
November 25, 1981
38 MILL ROAD, ACUSHNET
DECORATING CENTER 995-1714
Weekdays 7:30-5. Sat. 7:30-3
for Best Selection
Don't wait 'til you're stuck in a drift!
We have the S now Tires you need -
4 Cyl. $32. 95
6 Cyl. $ 38. 95
Most 8 Cyl. $42. 95
Includes: SPARK PLUGS, POINTS,
CONDENSER, SET TIMING, ADJUST
IDLE, TEST ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS.
Call for Appointment
Pirned for studs where legal
Fulltime mechanic •Mufflers*
ONE STOP •Oil & Lube.
WILL DO IT ALL . Brakes*
FRONT END ALIGNMENT
NEW HOURS: Monday thru Friday 8 to 5
Saturday 8 to 1
THOUSANDS $1 f\ 95
OF USED TIRES IV/ andup
REGULAR & RADIAL - GUARANTEED
& AUTO CENTER
FINEST,, ROCHESTER, MASS. 763-2896
From Marion, leave 195 W at Marion,
follow 105 N to C&D, Rochester
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